Writing Contest Winners Announced

Greenbrier County Young Writers contest winners are as follows:

Kindergarten: "The Big Egg" by Samuel Jones, Lewisburg Baptist Academy, Connie Corner (teacher). Honorable Mention: "Lost in the Woods" by Brook Adkins, Rupert Elementary, Chris Peters. Honorable Mention: "Cheerleading" by Ella Lewis, Lewisburg Elementary, Debra Johnson. ....

For the full list of contest winners, read more in the Wednesday, April 30, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Communities In Schools Celebrates 10 Years In Greenbrier County

By Cordia Lucas

"Jane Doe" is a student in the Greenbrier County school system. Since Christmas, she has moved to another school, been placed in a foster home, separated from her siblings and abandoned by both of her parents. One of the few constants in this child's life is Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County (CISGC).

Read more in the Tuesday, April 29, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Welcome Spring With Downtown Lewisburg's First Fridays

Historic downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays after Five on May 2. The public is invited to come for the live music, art events and tasty treats - all free to the public.

For a preview of scheduled events, read more in the Tuesday, April 29, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier East Tennis Team Off To A Strong Start To Season

Hard work and dedication have paid off for the boys' tennis team at Greenbrier East High School. With a record of 8 and 3, the team has four matches left, and then regionals will be played at Woodrow Wilson High School this year on May 6.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 29, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Loudermilk Honored By George Mason University

Amy J. Loudermilk received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the College of Health and Human Services of George Mason University.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 29, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Gas Pipeline Project May Affect Summers/Monroe Travel

West Virginia Division of Highways advises motorists that a gas pipeline project along WV 12 and U.S. 219 began Tuesday, April 22, according to Greg Hylton, District Nine construction engineer. The anticipated completion date is set on or about June 30.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 29, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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