Two Dead After Greenbrier County Shooting

By Bobby Bordelon

Two individuals were killed during a shooting in Greenbrier County on Friday, November 29.

According to Sergeant S. Murphy with the Rainelle Detachment of the West Virginia State Police, the incident occurred Friday evening, with members of the state police and Greenbrier County Sheriff's department responding.

Read more in the December 2, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Soccer Team Collects For Food Locker

On Sunday, November 23, members of Greenbrier East High School Men's Soccer team collected food for the local Food Locker during their end of season banquet.

The young men, coaches, and families are grateful for the support of their soccer program by the community and so endeavor to return the kindness by supporting the vitally important Lewisburg-Fairlea Food Locker.

Read more in the Friday, November 29, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier County Commission Thanks 911 Center, Hears Sportsplex Environmental Concern

By Bobby Bordelon

The Greenbrier County Commission thanked the 911 Center employees, heard environmental concerns about the Sportsplex and more in the Tuesday, November 26, meeting.

A proclamation recognizing 911 call center dispatchers as first responders and thanking them for the work they do to keep the community safe was passed by the commission.

Read more in the Wednesday, November 27, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Alderson Woman Arrested For Malicious Wounding, A Felony

By Theresa Flerx

Aimee E. Ballengee, 33, of Alderson, was arrested on charges of malcious wounding over an incident occurring on Sunday, November 17.

Trooper J.D. Dowdy, with the West Virginia State Police, was dispatched by Greenbrier County Emergency Operations Center to meet Alderson Emergency Medical Services at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center in reference to a patient brought into the emergency room who was bleeding from the head.

Read more in the Tuesday, November 26, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Free Thanksgiving Dinner Offered To All

By Bobby Bordelon

Thanksgiving has returned to Greenbrier Valley, and those looking to join others for a free meal and good company are in luck. Giving Back Day will be held on the fairgounds on Thanksgiving Day this year, providing a traditional Thanksgiving meal to anyone that shows up.

"It's free to everyone, it's not just the older people, not just lower income people, everyone is welcome to come," said Kellen Leef, one of the event's organizers, inviting all. "We also have some volunteers who will deliver for people who can't make it in. They can call in on Thanksgiving day."

Read more in the Tuesday, November 26, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

Greenbrier Historical Society Opens The First Settler Escape Room In Lewisburg

By Bobby Bordelon

The First Settler Escape Room has opened in downtown Lewisburg, offering a glimpse into local history.

In an escape room, participants are let into a room with a series of puzzles and challenges to solve before the clock runs out, each solution getting the team closer to getting back out. The Greenbrier Historical Society's escape room builds its puzzles around local history while raising money to fund the organization's mission of preserving local history.

Read more in the Friday, November 22, 2019, edition of The est Virginia Daily News.

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