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Set up for the grand opening of The Greenbrier’s Center Court at Creekside has the tennis courts and stage looking good, but the positioning of the chairs in front of the stage give a...

The Long Run: Cross Country sport growing at area schools

By Sarah Mansheim “We may not make you great runners, but we’ll make you great people.” Greenbrier East High School assistant cross country coach Deva Wagner attributes this quote to Head Coach Jerry Long, and she...
DSLCC food pantry donation

DSLCC collects 295 pounds of non-perishables for local food pantry

The staff, faculty and students at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College collected almost 295 pounds of canned goods and other non-perishable items, as well as a monetary donation, and delivered them to the Clifton...

Sprawling Medical Records company hidden in plain sight in White Sulphur Springs

By Sarah Mansheim “It’s a lot like Raiders of the Lost Ark,” says EvriChart’s Gary Osborne as he steps into the health information management company’s storage area. He’s right - the 50,000 square feet facility...

Washington Street danglers

Dangling precariously from atop a Washington Street building are owner Tia Bouman (left) and Sarah Wallace. Bouman has been overseeing renovations inside the three story historical structure for several months. She and Wallace were...

Saints move forward against Patriots

By Mark Robinson The New Orleans Saints have used their two weeks in White Sulphur Springs to prepare for the 2016 season of the National Football League, and the next step happened Thursday evening, Aug....

‘Women With Altitude’ bring Curious George to Ronceverte Elementary students

Nov. 5 was a very “curious” day indeed at Ronceverte Elementary School. For the second year, members of the “Women With Altitude” organization in White Sulphur Springs, came to visit each 1st and 2nd...

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