Greenbrier Historical Society Presents Unique African American History Exhibit

Photography really came into its own during the Civil War. Before then, there were few photgraphers of anyone or thing and almost none of African Americans. Finding photographs which exist and using them to tell the heretofore "invisible" history of African Americans in the Greenbrier Valley is the mission of the "Invisible Roots and Legends: A Photographic View of African American History in Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia" exhibit.

Read more in the Friday, August 8, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

GEHS Golf Team Wins WV Golf Association Lewisburg Elks Challenge

The Greenbrier East High School golf team finished first when they played against 12 other school teams for the WV Association High School Challenge held at the Lewisburg Elks Club in Lewisburg on Tuesday, August 5.

Read more in the Friday, August 8, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

County Commission Hopeful For Return of $1 Million

By Michelle James

Greenbrier County Commissioner Mike McClung Wednesday said he was hopeful the county would soon see the return of the $1 million bed tax funds given to New River Community and Technical College for construction of a swimming pool.

Read more in the Thursday, August 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Flea Marketers Expect to 'Fair' Well This Year

By Robin Zimmerman

Flea marketers are hopeful for a successful weekat this year's State Fair of West Virginia.The flea market opens at 8 AM tomorrow is scheduled to be open until 6:00 each afternoon. However, according to vendors, they hope to remain open even later.

Read more in the Thursday, August 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Man Arrested In Ronceverte For Child Neglect

By Cordia Lucas

A man was arrested in Ronceverte on Wednesday, August 6, at approximately 12:35 PM on charges of child neglect.

Read more in the Thursday, August 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Tomblin Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of Cpl. Groves

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today ordered all U.S. and State flags at all state-owned facilities to be flown at half-staff from dawn until dusk, Thursday, August 7, the day of services for Corporal Alva Clifford Groves, a West Virginia native and repatriated United States Army soldier who died in captivity in 1951 during the Korean War.

Read more in the Thursday, August 7, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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