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.

Parade Of Lights Honors 9/11 Responders

By Bobby Bordelon

The Fourth Annual Parade of Lights is returning to Failea and Lewisburg on Tuesday, September 11, to honor the memories of the many emergency responders who sacrificed their lives assisting others during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

Hosted by the Greenbrier County Fire and Emergency Responder Association (GCFERA), the Parade of Lights will begin in the State Fair of West Virginia free parking lot in order to accommodate the increased number of vehicles and pieces of equipment set to participlate this year.
Read more in the Friday, September 7, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Town of Caldwell Sees First Ever Reunion Of Past, Current Residents

By  Judy Steele

It all started on a Facebook page called Caldwell Connection, where the planning stages of a reunion began for anyone who grew up or lived in the little town of Caldwell. The reunion happened on Saturday, August 25, at the old preoperty site of the Caldwell Pentecostal Holiness Church.

Mary Scott Lee and Carolyn Honaker Cottle thought it would be a great idea to get neighbors, friends, and family together again. A date was set and a plan was put in tplace. Friends of the site responded with replies of attendance and offers of help with whatever was needed.

Read more in the Wednesday, September 5, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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