Tennant To Visit Greenbrier Technical Services

West Virginia Secretary of State and U.S. Senate nominee Natalie Tennant will highlight the importance of high-tech jobs and manufacturing to West Virginia's economy during a campaign stop at Greenbrier Technical Services on Thursday, August 8.

Read more in the Thursday, August 28, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

County Commission Votes Against Comprehensive Plan

By Michelle James

After listening to impassioned pleas from both sides of the fence on Tuesday, Greenbrier County commissioners voted against passing the long delayed county comprehensive plan.

Read more in the Wednesday, August 27, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ladriane's Journey To Walk Benefit Scheduled For Sept 6

By Ashley Adkins

Members of the community will be lacing up their walking shoes on Saturday, September 6, for a benefit walk to support a 7-year-old boy in his journey to walk unassisted for the first time in his young life.

Read more in the Wednesday, August 27, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg Receives Awards For Ongoing Projects

By Robin Zimmerman

On August 15, Lewisburg Mayor John Manchester completed his one-year term as West Virginia Municipal League (WVML) President. Manchester may have given up his gavel during WVML annual conference in Bridgeport, but he did not return empty-handed.

Read more in the Tuesday, August 26, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Motion For Dismissal of Misappropriation Charges Against Lobban Denied Monday

By Ashley Adkins

A motion made by Greenbrier County Commission President Karen Lobban's defense attorney to dismiss misappropriation charges brought against her by the grand jury in June was denied by Judge Joseph C. Pomponio Jr. Monday.

Read more in the Tuesday, August 26, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

MS Walk and Country Roads Ride Scheduled For This Weekend

By Ashley Adkins

At just 27 years old, Katina Holloway began to lose the vision in her right eye, along with her sense of balance. After a series of tests and referrals, optometrists determined she was suffering from optic neuritis - a telling symptom that led to a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.

Read more in the Tuesday, August 26, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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