County Students Receive Golden Horseshoe Award

By Sarah Mansheim

Four Greenbrier County students have been honored with the prestigious honor of being inducted as Knights of the Golden Horseshoe. Prahalath Anbu Bharathi (Western Greenbrier Middle School), Savannah Buckland (WGMS), Peter Kadel (Eastern Greenbrier Middle School) and Zachary Ramsey (EGMS) were all named to the list, thanks to their extensive knowledge of the Mountain State.

Read more in the Friday, May 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Planning Commission Holding Meetings

The Greenbrier County Planning Commission has completed work on a new comprehensive plan for Greenbrier County. The planning commission will present the plan at a series of meetings in early May.

Read more in the Friday, May 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier East High School Project Graduation Coming Up

 

Greenbrier East Project Graduation Committee will be honoring all of Greenbrier East High School's 245 graduating students of 2014 on May 31 at Project Graduation.

Read more in the Friday, May 2, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Governor Expected To Appoint Judge This Week

By Robin Zimmerman

Following the February retirement of former 11th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Joseph C. Pomponio Jr., Governor Earl Ray Tomblin is expected to announce Pomponio's replacement this week.

Read more in the Thursday, May 1, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Missing Woman From Renick Disappeared Over Two Months Ago

By Robin Zimmerman

It has been more than two months since Dee Ann Keene, 43, of Renick went missing. Since her disappearance, witnesses have come forward claiming the last time they saw Keene, she was at the home of Ronald Ray McMillion in Renick.

Read more in the Thursday, May 1, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Washington Elected To National Board

Dr. L. Marshall Washington, president of New River Community and Technical College, has been elected to the board of directors of the American Association of Community Colleges, an advocacy group for nearly 1,200 two-year associate degree granting institutions and more than 13 million students.

Read more in the Thursday, May 1, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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