Potential Aquatic Center Subject Of Public Presentation

By Leah Tuckwiller

A group of dedicated students at Greenbrier East High School have teamed up with Tag Galyean of TAG Studios in Lewisburg to bring a high-quality aquatic center to the Greenbrier Valley. The students and Galyean held a community meeting on Monday evening, May 21, to present their plans to the community and hear attendees' questions.

The meeting was held at Greenbrier Valley Theatre and hosted by the Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce, and was presented largely by the students themselves. After opening comments by Galyean, in which he noted the dedication of the Greenbrier East pre-engineering instructor Kevin Warfield and the projects roots with a group of students in 2015, the presentation was passed to sophomore Joseph Londeree, senior Amber Harper, and junior Kara Vaughan.

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

Greenbrier County Commission Certifies Results Of May Primary

By Robert Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Commission met to certify election results in a brief meeting on Tuesday, May 23.

"We did the canvas last Monday and found everything to be accurate, even though some of us were looking for mistakes," joked Greenbrier County Commission President Woody Hanna.

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

Scam Claims Police Arrest Missing Jurors

By Robert Bordelon

A teacher-targeting scam attracted the attention of the Greenbrier County Board of Education on Monday, May 21.

The scam begins when the potential victim receives a phone call from "Kenneth Cook," who identifies themselves as a member of the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department.

Read more in the Tuesday, May 22, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier County Board Of Education Approves Budget

By Robert Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Board of Education met Monday, May 21, to approve a new food vendor and pass the fiscal year 2019 budget.

A review of the budget, led by Dave McClure, chief school business official for Greenbrier County schools, celebrated the passage of the excess levy on May 8 during the election.

Read more in the Tuesday, May 22, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Inaccurate Political Pamphlets Found By Area Churchgoers On Vehicles After Sunday Service

By Robert Bordelon

Local church attendees in the last few weeks might have found that even their place of worship is not isolated from the current harsh discourse of politics.

Ronceverte Presbyterian Church found pamphlets distributed by a Political Action Committee (PAC) called West Virginians for Life on their vehicles after service on May 6. Included on the list of candidates not to vote for was Stephen Baldwin, the minister that had just conducted their church service and current state Senator.

Read more in the Friday, May 18, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

NOAH Is Hosting A Mother-Son Dance, Registration Ends Friday

By Ruth Caruthers

Local nonprofit, Now Our Angels in Heaven (NOAH), will be hosting the first of its kind in the area, a Mother-Son dance at the Quality Inn in Lewisburg on May 19.

The Raising Gentlemen dance is an opportunity for local moms to take their sons out for a special night full of dances, games, and refreshments. Boys age 2-12 are welcome to attend.

Read more in the Thursday, May 17, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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