Beloved Dog Missing More Than 18 Months Finally Returns Home

By Theresa Flerx

A community-wide search effort didn't so much as uncover a "tuft of hair" or any evidence of Chip-Chip's "demise," but as many months passed, the Hamricks feared they would never see their beloved little dog again. But, miracles do happen!

Read more in the Tuesday, May 16, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

April Fox Sentenced to 40 Years for the Death of 6-Year-Old Boy

By Cordia Lucas

April D. Fox's fate was sealed Friday, May 12, when she was given the maximum sentence of 40 years in a state pentitentiary for the death of 6-year-old James "Shane" Yancy. Fox was previously found guilty by a jury of child abuse resulting in the young boy's death.

Read more in the Monday, May 15, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier County BOE Celebrates Student Achievements

By Ashley Adkins

Students and parents packed the Eastern Greenbrier Middle School auditorium Tuesday, May 9, to celebrate the achievements of students from across Greenbrier County.

Read more in the Friday, May 12, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Random Rocks of Kindness Bringing Serendipity & Smiles to Greenbrier County

By Ashley Adkins

If you're looking for a reason to smile today, try scanning the trees, the parks, the sidewalks - anywhere, for that matter - for a glint of color in unexpected places. Since April 22, people from every corner of Greenbrier County have been discovering rocks painted with everything from inspirational messages to abstract art.

Read more in the Friday, May 12, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


Monroe County Courthouse Employees Fall Victim to Identity Theft, Sheriff Investigates

By Cordia Lucas

Employees of the Monroe County Courthouse have fallen victim to identity theft, with little in the way of answers as to how it happened. Monroe County Clerk Donald Evans explained that during the course of the most recent tax season, 22 employees of the Monroe County Courthouse were informed, either by a letter from the IRS or at the time of filing, that someone had already filed a tax return in their name suing their Social Security numbers.

Read more in the Thursday, May 11, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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