Lytle Receives Plum Creek Scholarship

On May 5, Plum Creek announced it has awarded a $1,000 scholarship to Greenbrier High School student Stephanie Lytle.

Read more in the Monday, May 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Blame It On The Rain: Wet Weather Keeps Job Seekers From Job Fair

By Cordia Lucas

Thursday's Career Fair in the Greenbrier Valley Mall offered up many job opportunities, but few job seekers. The event, which was sponsored by WorkForce West Virginia and West Virginia Rehab Services, was most likely slighted on job applicants due to grim weather.

Read more in the Friday, May 16, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

City Conducting College Survey

The city of Lewisburg is currently in the process of developing a comprehensive plan. The purpose of the comprehensive plan is to identify issues and concerns of residents that are negatively affecting the quality of life for hose who live and work in Lewisburg. A survey has been created to solicit input from local college students.

Read more in the Friday, May 16, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Prepare for GVT's 'Red' With Artist's Powerful Pastel Prints

Greenbrier Valley Theatre will present an exhibit of selected prints by world-renowned artist Kathleen Holder. Holder's exhibit is free and open to the public. Her extraordinary work will be on display in GVT's Daywood Lobby daily from 10AM-6PM or prior to GVT's performance of "Red."

Read more in the Friday, May 16, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Battle of Lewisburg Committee Lays Down Arms

By Cordia Lucas

The Battle of Lewisburg reenactment will not take place for the second consecutive year. Since the 1980s, the reenactment has been upheld by the Battle of Lewisburg Heritage Committee via partnership with New River Community and Technical College. 

Read more in the Thursday, May 15, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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