Greenbrier County Grand Jury Hands Down Indictments

By Theresa Flerx and Ashley Adkins

The Greenbrier County Grand Jury has handed down 84 indictments for June 2017. According to Greenbrier County Sheriff Bruce Sloan, on Tuesday, June 6, a Greenbrier County Grand Jury returned indictments against 31 individuals, who were charged with 81 counts of distribution or possession with intent to distribute heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, oxymorphone, oxycodone and opana.

Read the full list of indictments in the Friday, June 9, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Do Not Touch: Lone Fawns Not Abandoned

By Ashley Adkins

Discovering a fawn nestled in a bed of leaves is a delightful find for any nature lover, but anything beyond admiration from afar could spell disaster for the newborn babes, according to a release from the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources.

Read more in the Friday, June 9, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Governor Jim Justice Presents Update on State Budget Negotiations

By Theresa Flerx

On Tuesday, June 6, Governor Jim Justice addressed the media to give an update on the state budget. Justice stressed the importance of accountability expected of state government and media and the responsibility due residents of West Virginia.

Read more in the Wednesday, June 7, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Do Not Touch: Lone Fawns Not Abandoned

Ronceverte Elementary Bond Completed in May

May 2017 marked the final payment on the 2002 school bond issue approved by the citizens of Greenbrier County for the construction of Ronceverte Elementary School. Opening its doors to students in May 2004, the new school replaced the facility that served the students and community of Ronceverte from 1917 to 2004.

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

Meadow River Valley Focus of $300,000 Grant Funding

The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Wednesday, June 31, that the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Land Restoration will receive $300,000 in grant funding to perform petroleum and hazardous substance brownfields assessments in the areas impacted by the June 2016 floods. The focsu of the WVDEP's grant application was the Meadow River Valley area around Rainelle and Rupert in western Greenbrier County, but the grant funding can be used anywhere in the state.

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

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