Greenbrier County Republicans Open Election Headquarters

By Bobby Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Republican Club will soon open a headquarters for the upcoming November election in downtown Lewisburg.

Spearheaded by the Greenbrier County Republican Executive Committee and the Greenbrier County Republican Club, the new office aims to be a resource for the party's candidates and those looking for information about their platform.

Read more in the Friday, September 14, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Hurricane Florence Approaches, Resources Are Available To Area Residents, Incoming Evacuees

By Leah Tuckwiller

As Hurricane Florence comes nearer to making landfall, residents on the East Coast are preparing for rain, heavy winds, and the looming possibility of flood and damage. North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia have already been placed in a state of emergency by the federal government, and some places have already seen mandatory evacuation orders.

While West Virginia is not in the direct path of the hurricane, the area is projected to experience plenty of rain, high wind, and potential flooding. Southern West Virginia, in particular, is likely to see these effects due to its procimity to Virginia and the coast.

Read more in the Wednesday, September 12, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier County Public Notification System Provides Text Message Updates In Emergency

By Bobby Bordelon

As the Greenbrier Valley prepares for the arrival of Hurricane Florence, the Greenbrier COunty Commission emphasized the imporatance for residents to be signed up for emergency alert text messages provided by the Greenbrier County Public Notification System.

Participants can choose which alerts to receive, including notifications about thunderstorms, wind chill, heat, winter storms, flash floods, ice storms, and more weather events.

Read more in the Wednesday, September 12, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

White Sulphur Springs City Council Considers Fowl Banning Ordinance

By Bobby Bordelon

The first reading of an ordinance which would potentially ban White Sulphur Springs residents from keeping livestock, chickens, or ducks on their property passed with qualifications during City Council's regular meeting on Monday, September 10.

The first reading of this ordinance was initially delayed during City Council's August meeting after Dan Nuckols, a White Sulphur Springs resident, spoke out against it.

Read more in the Tuesday, September 11, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

GEHS Answers Doubters With Win Over St. Albans On Friday

By Brandon Baker

The Greenbrier East Spartans had more questions than answers last week after their 34-2 loss at home to Beckley.

However, those questions were answered, turn in and marked with an "A" as East simply dominated the St. Albans Red Dragons on Friday, September 7, at Spartan Stadium. While running the football at will all night, The Spartans won 41-7. 

Read more in the Monday, September 10, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

GEHS Answers Doubters With Win Over St. Albans On Friday

By Brandon Baker

The Greenbrier East Spartans had more questions than answers last week after their 34-2 loss at home to Beckley.

However, those questions were answered, turn in and marked with an "A" as East simply dominated the St. Albans Red Dragons on Friday, September 7, at Spartan Stadium. While running the football at will all night, The Spartans won 41-7. 

Read more in the Monday, September 10, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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