Court Drops Charge Against Lamp

By Bobby Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Circuit Court under Judge Robert Richardson formally dropped a malicious wounding charge against Marvel Lamp, 85, on Tuesday, September 9.

In July 2017, The Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department responded to a shooting in Neola. 

The victim was found and transported to Charleston Area Medical Center due to injuries they sustained in the shooting.

 =Read more in the Wednesday, October 10, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Board Of Education Recognizes East Band, 2018 Student Representatives

By Leah Tuckwiller

Exceptional students and the board's support of the Greenbrier East High School Band Boosters were recognized in a speedy 20-minute Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, October 9.

The meeting began with time to acknowledge the 2018-19 student representatives to the board from Greenbrier West High School and Greenbrier East. All seven students from the two schools are incredibly accomplished juniors and seniors, and the board expressed their excitement to work with them over the course of the school year. Representatives from the two schools will  be giving presentations at the next two regular meetings.

Read more in the Wednesday, October 10, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Three Honored For Long, Fruitful Lives

By Leah Tuckwiller

On Friday, October 5, Mayor John Manchester recognized three memebrs of the community who appear to hold the secrets to a long, healthy life.

Nancy Phillips has recently turned 101, and is still living independently in the apartments at the Seasons Place community. She welcomed the visit from the mayor aned shared some stories of her life, detailing her childhood on her family's farm and her life with her own family as they moved around the country after her husband was called into service.

Read more in the Tuesday, October 9, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

'Fallout' Takes Place In Area Locations

By Bobby Bordelon

Reviewers and personalities in the video game world gathered at The Greenbrier late last week to explore the hotel both in real life and in a post-apocalyptic virtual world.

Announced last June, Fallout 76 is the latest entry in one of the world's best selling video game franchises. Since Bethesda Softworks relaunched the franchises in 2008 with Fallout 3, the first-person shooter and role playing series has been set 200 years after a nuclear war in several real world cities and areas, including Washington D.C., Las Vegas, and Boston.

Read more in the Tuesday, October 9, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier County Releases October Indictments After Three Day Grand Jury

By Bobby Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Circuit Court released the October indictment list on Thursday, October 4, after a grand jury convened to review the cases against those accused of crimes throughout the county.

Included are charges for delivery of controlled substances, abduction, and one count of murder:

Read more in the Friday, October 5, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Representative Jenkins Resigns From Congressional Seat

By Bobby Bordelon

West Virginia's 3rd Congressional District will go empty until after the upcoming November election following Congressman Evan Jenkins' resignation on September 30.

Jenkins was appointed to fill the vacancy in the Division 2 seat on the state Supreme Court on August 25 by Governor Jim Justice alongside Tim Armstead, the former Speaker of the House in the House of Delegates, for the Division 1 seat.

Read more in the Friday, October 5, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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