Army Reserve Recruiter Moves To New Location

By Emilee White

Lewisburg is lucky to have Sgt. Jeremy Thompson, 35, over the Active Army and Army Reserve recruitment office. His efforts to stay in the county will give Lewisburg a local recruitment office for at least one more year. According to Thompson, recent federal cutbacks shut down the Lewisburg Army recruitment office at the beginning of the summer.

Read more in the Thursday, October 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Fire Hydrant Accident Causes Lewisburg Water Leak

By Emilee White

According to Lewisburg City Hall, houses and businesses located along the Washington Street area were affected by an accident involving a fire hydrant sometime before 10 AM on Thursday, October 2.

Read more in the Thursday, October 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg Farmers Market To Take On Winter

By Ashley Adkins

Farmers market patrons in Greenbrier County need not fret over where they will find a sufficient supply of fresh, local and seasonable food this winter.

Read more in the Thursday, October 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Case Continued Against Former Ronceverte Fire Chief

By Cordia Lucas

Former Ronceverte Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jody Campbell was in Greenbrier County court again Tuesday, September 30, for what was expected to be a plea hearing in regard to charges stemming from 2009.

Read more in the Wednesday, October 1, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier County Farm Finalist For WV Conservation Farm Of The Year

By Ashley Adkins

A Greenbrier County farm has been selected as one of three finalists competing for the title of 2014 West Virginia State Conservation Farm of the Year. Swift Level Land and Cattle was selected by 14 conservation districts to represent the Greenbrier Valley as a model farm for conservation, land use and community involvement.

Read more in the Wednesday, October 1, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Multiple Dogs Found Abandoned

By Emilee White

On Monday, September 29, Greenbrier County Dog Warden Robert McClung received a call that around 12 dogs were abandoned together in the Sherwood Lake area.

Read more in the Wednesday, October 1, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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