Five More Championship Golfers Commit To Classic

Officials of The Greenbrier Classic have announced the commitment of eight-time major championship winner and Golf Professional Emeritus at The Greenbrier Tom Watson to compete in the fifth edition of the award-winning PGA TOUR stop at the historic Old White TPC Course. Watson will be joined by all four past champions at The Greenbrier Classic, Stuart Appleby, Scott Stallings, Ted Potter Jr. and reigning champion Jonas Blixt.

Read more in the Friday, June 20, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

PSC Hearing Held To Determine Fate of Ronceverte Sewer Plant

By Cordia Lucas

Time is of the essence when it comes to receiving funding for Ronceverte's proposed new $27.6 million wastewater treatment plant, and after a 7.5 hour public hearing held Monday to determine the plant's fate, it's now a waiting game.

Read more in the Thursday, June 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg Discusses America In Bloom and Proposed Property Liens At Meeting

By Ashley Adkins

Spring cleaning is stretching into the beginning of summer as members of the Lewisburg City Council focus on beautifying the city for the America In Bloom contest and clearing the way for the completion of projects like the new movie theater.

Read more in the Thursday, June 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

 

Two Runners Intend To Trek 80-Mile Greenbrier River Trail

By Cordia Lucas

The Greenbrier River Trail contains miles upon miles of unalloyed terrain. The trail covers some of the most remote areas of West Virginia, where human and nature can truly be one. Greenbrier Countians can hike, bike, walk or run the trail all the way to Cass. But could you go that far? Frankford resident Jim Moore and friend James Towney, of Richmond, VA, intend to attempt just that.

Moore and Towney are running for the Peyton Hospice House. Pledges can be made for the run by calling 304-647-3783. Proceeds will go to the hospice house.

Read more in the Wednesday, June 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Holliday Family Finds Reason To Celebrate Friday The 13th

By Ashley Adkins

The Holliday family saw a day superstitiously known for misfortune turned into a day of blessing, gratitude and celebration last Friday, June 13, when the efforts of their community helped them to purchase a special gift for their young son struggling with Rett syndrome.

Read more in the Wednesday, June 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Local Lawyer Wins Case In WV Supreme Court

By Cordia Lucas

A petition for writ of prohibition was brought before the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia on April 23 between Bryan D. Thompson, the petitioner, and Judge Joseph C. Pomponio of the Circuit Court of Pocahontas County and Eugene M. Simmons, current prosecuting attorney for Pocahontas County, the respondents.

Read more in the Tuesday, June 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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