Woman Charged With 36 Felonies

By Emilee White

A Greenbrier County woman was indicted on October 14 for several counts of forgery. Kimberly Ann (Newman) Sanford, 36, was charged with 36 felony counts, which included forgery, uttering and fraudulent use of an access device.

Read more in the Monday, November 3, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Swift Level Takes Second In Farm Of The Year Contest

Greenbrier County is home to this year's second place winner of the West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year Contest. Swift Level Land and Cattle is owned and operated by Jennifer "Tootie" Jones and her son, Everett O'Flaherty.

Read more in the Monday, November 3, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

First Illuminate Lewisburg Holiday Lighting And Decorating Contest Set

The Lewisburg In Bloom Committee invites all downtown business owners in Lewisburg to participate in the first Illuminate Lewisburg Holiday Lighting and Decorating Contest. The theme is "An Old Fashioned Christmas." Downtown businesses are encouraged to show off their holiday spirit and creativity.

Read more in the Monday, November 3, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Pool Money Ordered To Be Returned To County Commission

By Emilee White

According to an order signed by Judge H.I. Kirkpatrick III of the Raleigh County Circuit Court, the money given to the New River Community and Technical College (NRCTC) for a pool must be given back to the Greenbrier County Commission. The order came down on the morning of October 30.

Read more in the Friday, October 31, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Halloween - A History To Modern Day

By Ashley Adkins

According to the United States Census Bureau, an estimated 41.2 million costumed children took to the streets last Halloween hoping to stuff their paper bags or plastic jack-o-lanterns to the brim with tasty treats. It's a tradition adored by many, but where did it begin?

Read more in the Friday, October 31, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

What's Next, Greenbrier County? Headed To Western End

By Ashley Adkins

Concerned members of the community gathered at the Greenbrier County Public Library in October to discuss ideas for revitalizing and diversifying the economy in Greenbrier County. The preliminary meeting was well attended and sparked such a positive dialogue that two additional meetings have been scheduled in November to further pursue some of the ideas generated by residents during the evening's discussion.

Read more in the Friday, October 31, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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