First Load Of Pet Items Arrives

By Theresa Flerx

The first truckload of donated items has been delivered to the Greenbrier Humane Society. With only one full week to go in The West Virginia Daily News drive to collect 2,000 pet-related products in 30 days we are in great shape with 1,669 items with ample opportunity to meet and exceed this goal.

Every product gathered is greatly appreciated by our office, the GHS, as well as the pets that benefit by improved health, comfort, safety, and entertainment.

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

'Prom For The Rest Of Us' Brings Senior Prom To WVSOM

By Robert Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Committee On Aging and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine's Geriatrics Club joined together to host "Prom For The Rest Of Us," a dance for the public and residents of local nursing homes.

Set in the WVSOM Alumni Center, Prom For The Rest Of Us will feature decorations, catered food, dancing, and a DJ with select music from the 40s, 50s, and 60s.

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

Emergency Landing At Airport, No Injuries

By Ruth Caruthers

According to Airport Manager Stephen Synder, a small aircraft traveling across the country from Virginia called in an emergency landing at Greenbrier Valley Airport Thursday, April 19.

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

Airport All-Day Open House To Be April 26

By Ruth Caruthers

At a regularly scheduled meeting of the Airport Authority Tuesday, April 17, it was announced that the Greenbrier Valley Airport is no longer, and will never again be involed with VaiAir thanks to legal documents signed by both parties stating such. ViaAir also refused to pay their outstanding balance with Greenbrier Valley Airport, according to Airport Manager Stephen Snyder.

After previous meeting minutes were approved, Doug Walton, divsion president of Mott Manufacturing, approached the board to discuss possible expansion of the business' building.

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

State Legislature Candidates Gather In GVT To Answer Questions Presented By WV Voters

By Robert Bordelon

Candidates running for state Senate and the House of Delegates gathered onstage in the Greenbrier Valley Theatre on Wednesday, April 18.

The forum brought together state Senate candidates Dan Hill [R], the current House of Delegates member George "Boogie" Ambler [R], and current state Senator Stephen Baldwin [D]. On the House of Delegates side, Democrat incumbent Jeff Campbell was joined by Democratic candidates Cindy Lavender-Bowe, Isaiah Stanley, and Roger Vannoy. Republican candidates in the House race include Denny Canterbury, Tyler Hylton, Steve Malcomb, and Andrew Utterback.

Read more in the Thursday, April 19, of The West Virginia Daily News.

Lewisburg City Council Sets Levy And Excess Levy Rates

By Robert Bordelon

Beginning with a charming invocation aspirationally calling on spring to be here to stay, the Lewisburg City Council welcomed guests, heard proclamations from Mayor John Manchester, and officially laid the 2018–2019 levy and excess levy rates on Tuesday, April 17.

"The rates have not changed in years here," said Manchester. "They remain exactly the same as they have been ever since I've been mayor and certainly long before me."

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


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