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Batman visit postponed

The White Sulphur Springs Library will be hosting John Buckland as Batman on a new date! Originally scheduled for June 9, Batman will now be at the library on Friday, June 11, at 2 p.m. Join us as the caped crusader shares his youth empowerment book, Broken Toy Hero, and...

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A Look Back

By William “Skip” Deegans The week’s 1985 photo shows The Men of Greenbrier prior to their second annual show at the WVSOM auditorium. Founded about 1984, they were a chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America. Barbershop harmony is a style...

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A Look Back

By William “Skip” Deegans As a new hotel will open soon in White Sulphur Springs, it may be worth noting it wasn’t that long ago the town had several hotels and motels. They were testaments to the town’s importance as a tourist destination, its location on U. S. Route 60...

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Henning Church of God Ladies hold meeting

The Ladies of the Hennig Church of God held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 11, in the church fellowship hall. President Carole Spencer presided and Donna Scott led in prayer. Dyan Hefner presented the devotion, “Wind Power,” with scripture reference Ephesians 4: 30-32. Pin wheels must have a...

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Great Greenbrier River Race held

On Apr. 24, the premier triathlon race highlighting the best of the Greenbrier River Trail and the Greenbrier River welcomed 107 participants who ran 3 miles, paddled 4 miles, and biked 10 miles. Choosing to participate in person on Race Day or virtually by completing legs of the race and...

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A Look Back

By William “Skip” Deegans Built in 1929 in East Rainelle at a cost of $50,000, the 50-room Maple Oaks Hotel was one of the largest hotels on U. S. Route 60 between Staunton and Charleston. The hotel closed during the depression, and in 1935 it was bought by Coleman Core,...

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Dear Recycle Lady

Dear Recycle Lady, Can paint cans be recycled?  Must they be empty before being recycled? Painter Dear Painter, If your paint cans are empty, and the paint is completely dried, the cans can be recycled with steel cans. Be sure the cans are steel; test them with a magnet if...

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