Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser Raises $5,000 for GEHS

Greenbrier East High School students and families participated in a Dodge Booster Club fundraiser on July 26 and raised $5,000 for the school.

Read more in the Monday, August 25, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

East Football Players Kick Off Season With Fan Fest

By Robin Zimmerman

Spartan Stadum hosted Greenbrier East's second annual Fan Fest on Saturday, August 23. Fan Fest is an admission-free event that provides friends, family and fans of East football players the opportunity to hang out with the team, punt and throw the ball, take photos and talk one-on-one with the players and coaches.

Read more in the Monday, August 25, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Morrisey Updates Consumers About CHS Data Breach

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is updating consumers about Monday's news relating to a data security breach at Community Health Systems, the parent company of four hospitals and several clinics and physicians' offices throughout West Virginia.

Read more in the Monday, August 25, edition of the West Virginia Daily News

Raccoon Rabies Vaccination Set For August and September

West Virginia's racoon population is about to receive its annual dose of rabies vaccine. As in previous years, the vaccine will be dropped in a target area that covers a wide corridor through the central part of the state, extending from the northern panhandle to the southern coal fields.

Read more in the Monday, August 25, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg Council Discusses Possible Sister City

By Robin Zimmerman

Lewisburg could have a sister in the near future. During Tuesday's Lewisburg City Council meeting, council members voted unanimously to submit an application and $150 application fee to Sisters Cities International to become a sister city with Dingle, Ireland, that is already a sister city with Santa Barbara, CA.

Read more in the Wednesday, August 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Verbal Agreements On Hangar Rentals Cause Controversy

By Ashley Adkins

An attempt to tighten up the handling of T-hangar contracts by the Greenbrier Valley Airport Authority met with some backlash at the authority's monthly meeting on Monday, August 18.

Read more in the Wednesday, August 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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