Local Sisters To Walk For Breast Cancer Awareness

Greenbrier County natives Cassidi and Cherish Hall are participating in the Avon 39 Walk to End Breast Cancer. They will walk 39.3 miles in Washington, D.C., the weekend of May 2-3 to raise awareness about the disease. Cassidi and Cherish Hall are walking to honor a family friend and an aunt who are breast cancer survivors.

Read more in the Tuesday, March 3, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Former WVSOM Student Sues For Mishandling Of Sexual Assault Case

By Josh Lambert

A former student of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) is dueing the school on grounds that officials from WVSOM mishandled a sexual assault complaint she filed in September 2012.

Read more in the Monday, March 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Sunday Robbery At Lewee's Sends Police On High-Speed Chase

By Ashley Adkins

For Greenbrier County police, the first day of March began with a brisk, early morning police chase. The chase began with a 911 call just after midnight on Sunday reporting a robbery in progress at Lewee's in White Sulphur Springs. It ended with the arrest of 30-year-old Joshua Howard of Neola.

Read more in the Tuesday, March 3, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lady Spartans Defeat Princeton For Sectional Title

By Brandon Baker

The Greenbrier East Lady Spartans are headed to the Regional championship  game after a convincing 59-39 win over the Princeton Tigerettes on Friday, February 27, in the Region 3, Section 2, final.

Read more in the Monday, March 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ronceverte City Council Meets

By Josh Lambert

During their Monday, March 2, meeting, the Ronceverte City Council discussed upcoming municipal elections, the project flooding in regard to the river's height and where those waters may reach.

Read more in the Tuesday, March 3, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

African-American Educators Honored For Leading Students Through Integration

By Ashley Adkins

On May 17, 1954, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the racial segregation of schools was "inherently unequal" and unconstitutional. The landmark ruling paved the way for integration in schools across the nation, but the transition was not an easy one. Though West Virginia did not experience the level of volatility and violence endured by many states, Greenbrier County did not take easily to the court's decision and was one of the last counties in the state to fully integrate.

Read more in the Friday, February 27, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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