NASCAR Drivers Give Back to Community

By Cordia Lucas

NASCAR drivers Denny Hamlin and Kyle Larson were on hand at The Greenbrier Thursday, July 28, to lift the spirits of children and fans affected by the recent flooding by handing out toys and school supplies.

Read more in the Friday, July 29, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

New Orleans Saints Hit the Ground Running to Mend Spa City's Memorial Park

By Cordia Lucas

The New Orleans Saints are in White Sulphur Springs for a few weeks of rigorous training, but before getting to business as usual, 90 players and 20 staff members drove a few more minutes down the road to mend a large part of the community - Memorial Park.

Read more in the Thursday, July 28, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

CVB Funding Request Not an Actionable Agenda Item

By Theresa Flerx

A standing room only crowd of business owners, chamber of commerce members, retail and hotel managers and local citizens concerned about the negative impact the June flood is having on tourism, converged on the Greenbrier County Commission only to be told the governing body couldn't vote on emergency funding for a tourism recovery marketing plan because of the placement of an agenda item.

Read more in the Thursday, July 28, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Saints Back in Town for Training Camp at Sports Performance Center

By Brandon Baker

Coming off of two rather disappointing seasons, the New Orleans Saints are back at The Greenbrier Sports Performance Center for the third straight season for training camp. Rumors circulated a few weeks ago that the 2006 Super Bowl champions would stay in Louisiana because of the flooding that hit Greenbrier County, but not only are the Saints still coming, they have vowed to help with relief efforts in any way they can while int own.

Read more in the Wednesday, July 27, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Finding Mykala Phillips Remains A High Priority

By Theresa Flerx

Media reports that the police search has been discontinued for a White Sulphur Springs teen, missing since raging flood waters carried her away from family members, are not accurate, according to the WSS police chief.

Read more in the Tuesday, July 26, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Local Helping Hands Make The Difference

By Cordia Lucas

It's happened before. West Virginia is no stranger to flood water. But each time it occurs, and the torrent of water begins to ebb away, we merge in strength to pick up the fragments of our lives and communities in order to move forward.

Read more in the Tuesday, July 26, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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