Storm Knocks Out Power

By Robin Zimmerman

According to Appalachian Power's website, approximately 1,248 Greenbrier County customers are without power this morning after last night's storm. The majority of those customers are in the Rupert and Rainelle area, according to Jeri Matheney, corporate communications manager for Appalachian Power.

Read more in the Thursday, July 24, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

WVDEP Advises Spill Contained

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection have advised on Wednesday, July 23, that they, along with other cleanup crews, were able to contain the diesel fuel that spilled into the Greenbrier River as a result of an accident that occurred on Tuesday in Bartow.

Read more in the Thursday, July 24, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier Airport Authority Welcomes Civil Air Patrol Cadets

By Ashley Adkins

The Greenbrier Valley Airport Authority welcomed cadets from the Greenbrier Composite Squadron WV100 of the West Virginia Wing of the Civil Air Patrol at their quarterly meeting Monday, July 21.

Read more in the Thursday, July 24, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Area Responders Working To Clean Diesel Fuel Dumped Into River

By Michelle James

Greenbrier County officials are cautiously optimistic following a tanker accident Tuesday that dumped an unknown amount of fuel into the Greenbrier River at Bartow in Pocahontas County.

Read more in the Wednesday, July 23, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

New Orleans Saints 2013 Review And Look At Upcoming 2014 Season

By Brandon Baker

This week, NFL training camps will be underway all over the country in preparation for the new season that is quickly approaching. This marks the first year Greenbrier County wil host one of its own, as the NFC South's New Orleans Saints make the trek to the Mountain State today in preparation for their first practice in White Sulphur Springs this Friday. For those unfamiliar with the franchise, here are a few things to know when attending the open practices for the next few weeks...

Read more in the Wednesday, July 23, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Adkins Sentenced

By Cordia Lucas

Owen Otis Adkins, 31, of Quinwood, went before Circuit Court Judge Robert Richardson for sentencing Tuesday, July 22. According to the Greenbrier County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, Adkins was sentenced to two to 10 years in a state penintentiary for Count I, operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory. He was also fined $5,000.

Read more in the Wednesday, July 23, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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