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Celebration of Life and Rebirth set for June 23-25 in White Sulphur Springs

The City of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia along with the “Celebration of Life and Rebirth” Committee is pleased to announce the Schedule of Activities Commemorating the devastating Flood of 2016. Please plan to join...

WV Democrats meet to discuss new organizing program

The West Virginia Democratic Party announced a new grassroots organizing program, Stand Up Summer, part of the Democratic Party’s Resistance Summer project designed to bolster state party organizing efforts across the country. Stand Up Summer...

Meadow Garden honors six employees for their years of service

 Meadow Garden health center recently honored six employees as part of its 20-Year Club celebration at Glade Springs. Every year Meadow Garden hosts an awards banquet to recognize employees who have 20 years of service...

AG reminds consumers of impending claims deadline in drug case

  West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey reminded consumers of an impending deadline to file claims in a $125 million multistate settlement with pharmaceutical company Cephalon and anticompetitive practices involving its drug Provigil. Consumers are able...

State Auditor to continue administering volunteer firefighter’s fund

State Auditor John B. McCuskey has announced  that he will continue to administer The Volunteer Fire Department Workers’ Compensation Premium Subsidy Fund, recently re- authorized by the special session of the Legislature through the...

‘A modern day barn raising’

  The Greenbrier County Commission was given an update at the Tuesday, May 23, meeting with a report on the progress of recovery goals for the county’s western end following the 2016 floods. Matt Ford and...

Herbert Gross Forney

 Lewisburg-Herbert Gross Forney was born in Harrisburg, PA, Dec. 30, 1932, and passed into his heavenly home Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, at the Peyton Hospice House in Lewisburg.Herb served in the United States Air...

How old is the Lewisburg Barracks?

 Kristen de Graauw of The Historic Timbers Project presented poster displays last Wednesday to Nick LaCasse of the Greenbrier Historical Society and Carolyn Stephens of the Williamsburg District Historic Foundation. The displays outline the tree-ring...

The lion returns to Alderson

  A life-sized lion sculpture by Michael Loop was installed in Alderson on May 23. The project was managed by Melinda Russell, chair of Alderson Main Street’s Public Art Committee and funded by the Hamilton...

Run For The Wall roars through Rainelle

The annual Run For The Wall motorcycle trip from California to Washington, DC, made its stop in Rainelle Thursday, with roughly 500 motorcycles rolling through the town at noon, then parking and spending two-and-a-half...