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Cooper Gallery to feature artist Bruce Macdonald

The Cooper Gallery on Washington Street in Lewisburg reopened last September after being closed for two years, and is excited to feature the work of Lexington, VA, artist Bruce Macdonald, 82, who paints barns...

Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy donates to mission trip

 Greenbrier Medical Arts Pharmacy is making a difference far beyond the Greenbrier Valley. The pharmacy recently donated life-saving medications and supplies to Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist Church in Organ Cave for a mission trip...

Solid Waste Management Board issues $300,000 in grants

West Virginia’s Solid Waste Management Board issued $300,000 in grants to 36 local solid waste authorities this week during its meeting in Charleston. The SWMB Grant Program is designed to assist local solid waste authorities...

Davis Stuart receives grant for dining facility

Davis Stuart was the recipient of a grant award from the Hugh I. Shott, Jr. Foundation to assist with the construction of a centralized dining facility at the agency’s main campus in Lewisburg. The award...

Deadline to enroll in agriculture risk coverage approaching

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) West Virginia Farm Service Agency (FSA) Acting State Executive Director Michael Taylor reminds farmers and ranchers that they have until Aug. 1 to enroll in agriculture risk coverage...

Erma Byrd Center celebrates 10th Anniversary

The Erma Byrd Center 10-year anniversary will be celebrated Friday, Aug. 4, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us for food, fun, faculty fellowship, financial awards and scholarships. Scholarship and financial awards cannot be...

Clearer rights of way improving electric reliability for power customers

About three years into a new method of managing vegetation, Appalachian Power is seeing improved reliability, and customers are noticing. “Customers are commenting about seeing our tree trimmers across the state, and now that we’ve...

Small business forum supports White Sulphur Springs and Caldwell

The Main Street White Sulphur Springs group and the Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation co-sponsored the WSS-Caldwell Small Business Forum on June 27,  at The Greenbrier’s Crystal Room. There were approximately 30 people in...

Swift Level Fine Meats opens doors in Fairlea

"I've wanted this shop for about 12 years," said Tootie Jones, after celebrating the grand opening of Swift Level Fine Meats in Fairlea. Jones is the owner of Swift Level Farm in Lewisburg, and has...

New River CTC cosmetology graduates at work at new Fairlea salon

Graduates of New River Community and Technical College’s Cosmetology program are putting their education to work at Hot Mess Hair and Nail Salon in Fairlea. Tammy Dotson-Rhodes, a 2016 graduate of New River CTC’s cosmetology...