Local Photographer Wins National Photo Contest

Connie Manchester of Lewisburg was one of three winners in America in Bloom's "How Does Your Town Measure Up Against America's Prettiest" photo contest. Manchester's photos showcased the area's overall beauty.

Read more in the Tuesday, October 14, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

It's The Great Pumpkin

By Ashley Adkins

Caden Callison has been raising pumpkins since he was 6 years old, but this year's harvest has tipped the scales for the now 5-year veteran. Just a month shy of his 11th birthday, Callison weighed his largest pumpkin of the season in at 125 pounds, more than triple the weight of his largest, 35-pound pumpkin last year.

Read more in the Monday, October 13, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

East Gets Big Win At Muddy Lincoln County

By Brandon Baker

The Greenbrier East Spartans traveled to Hamlin, WV, on Friday, October 10, with two big obstacles in front of tem: beat the Lincoln County Panthers, a team that had lost 26 straight games dating back to 2011, and overcome possibly the worst field conditions a team can handle.

Read more in the Monday, October 13, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Choice Bus Stops By Local Schools This Week

West Virginia students will receive a firsthand look at what education can bring - at least $1 million over a person's lifetime if they graduate from college.

Read more in the Monday, October 13, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Chrichton Elementary School Teacher Given Frieda J. Riley Achievement Award

By Emilee White

The Freida J. Riley Achievement Award through the Prodigy Foundation goes to a West Virginia educator who has overcome challnging obstacles in their career and has had a positive impact on their students. The 2014 award went to Crichton Elementary School's fifth grade teacher Elizabeth "Libby" Hunter.

Read more in the Friday, October 10, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ronceverte City Council Approves Senate Bill 245 Agreement

By Cordia Lucas

Ronceverte City Council approved a Senate Bill 245 grant agreement, which totals $9,241,886.62, on Monday that will help fund the city's new wastewater treatment plant. The new plant has an estimated construction cost of $27,660,468. The funds will be closed on by October 15.

Read more in the Friday, October 10, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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