Missing Man's Body Found

By Cordia Lucas

Canaan Valley Volunteer Fire Department has released that the body of Raymond E. Epling was found Wednesday at 2:45 PM in a wooded area about 1.5 miles from a home he was visiting. Epling, 76, disappeared the morning of Sunday, April 23, between 4 AM and 7 AM, in Canaan Valley.

Read more in the Thursday, April 27, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

HRDF Requests Assistance in Waterway Cleanup

By Theresa Flerx

Employees with the Human Resource Development Foundation (HDRF) have been clearing flood debris from waterways in some municipalities for several months, but as teams begin cleaning rivers, streams and creek beds in unincorporated towns and other areas governed by the county, they need additional support and guidance.

Read more in the Thursday, April 27, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Airport Talks Tourism, Partnerships, Restaurant

By Ashley Adkins

While continuing to keep a watchful eye on the improving performance of ViaAir, members of the Greenbrier Valley Airport Authority returned Tuesday, April 25, to a discussion of topics aimed at growth, expansion and moving forward.

Read more in the Thursday, April 27, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Man Arrested After Shots Fired at Super 8

Lewisburg Police arrested a Greenbrier County man after receiving a call that shots had been fired at a local motel, according to a press release from Lewisburg Police Chief Tim Stover.

Read more in the Wednesday, April 26, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Monroe County Community to Welcome Warrior Hikers Crossing Appalachian Trail

By Theresa Flerx

A Monroe County family is inviting members of the local community to their farm to greet and support veterans near the halfway point of a 2,185-mile journey along the Appalachian Trail and help guide these vets toward the momentous step in transitioning from a wartime state to a healthy quality of life at home.

Read more in the Wednesday, April 26, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Disaster Case Manager Provides Hope for Flood Displaced White Sulphur Homeowner

By Theresa Flerx

It's been nearly 10 months since a catastrophic flood disrupted and devastated many residents of the Greenbrier Valley, washing away precious loved ones and cherished possessions. While flood survivors continue to heal, people from near and far have traveled to the area to assist in the rebuilding effort.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 25, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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