WSS resident goes big for Halloween

Skeletons, ghosts, and graves abound at Ron Acord’s house on Spring Street in White Sulphur Springs. It’s a candy stop you certainly don’t want to miss! Ron Acord, a transplant from Indiana, has gone all out for spooky season By Angela McGill In White Sulphur Springs there is now an eerie feeling of frights, adventure, and small-town fun on Spring Street thanks to Ron Acord. Acord, who has recently moved from Indiana to White Sulphur Springs to work at the...

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WSS resident goes big for Halloween

Skeletons, ghosts, and graves abound at Ron Acord’s house on Spring Street in White Sulphur Springs. It’s a candy stop you certainly don’t want to miss! Ron Acord, a transplant from Indiana, has gone all out for spooky season By Angela McGill In White Sulphur Springs there is now an eerie feeling of frights, adventure, and small-town fun on Spring...

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100th Anniversary of Greenbrier Hall

By Mary Montgomery Lindquist A little more than one hundred years ago, Lewisburg Seminary (later Greenbrier College for Women) had three buildings – Carnegie Hall, Greenbrier Hall, and the North House. Two of the buildings, Carnegie Hall and Greenbrier Hall, were built in 1902 to replace the three buildings burned in the fire of 1901. The first Greenbrier Hall was...

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Thai Kitchen opens north of Lewisburg

By Sarah Richardson The Lewisburg area has gained a long sought-after eatery, Thai Kitchen, which brings an authentic flavor of Thai foods to the Greenbrier Valley. Located beside Tudor’s just north of town, Thai Kitchen offers a variety of dishes including satay chicken, spring rolls, panang curry, massaman curry, and tom kha kai (chicken coconut soup). They also carry noodle...

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Pocahontas County features Timber History in upcoming exhibit

In partnership with the Pocahontas County Bicentennial Committee, the Pocahontas County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, and the Mountain State Railroad and Logging Historical Association, the West Virginia University History Department and the Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum are excited to announce a series of programs offered in conjunction with a traveling exhibit, Timber/Timbre:...

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The coming of fall

Late September fly fishing for bass. (Allen Hamrick photo) By Allen Hamrick What comes to mind when you think of fall? The season has varied through the passing of time. Generations have changed and so has the way of thinking and feeling. It began this year on Sept. 22, 2021 and will end on Dec. 21, 2021. Fall will come...

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GVEDC names Holden Marketing Coordinator

The Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation (GVEDC) has added Krislyn Holden to their staff as Marketing and Administrative Coordinator, effective Oct. 1. Holden holds degrees in public relations and journalism through Marshall University with skills in social media management, graphic design, promotions and events. “We are pleased to welcome Krislyn to the GVEDC team,” said Ruthana Beezley, executive director of...

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West Virginia State Historic Preservation Survey and Planning Grants available

Applications are now being accepted for FY 2022 Historic Preservation Survey and Planning grants through the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) of the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History (WVDACH). Approximately $90,000 will be awarded from funding appropriated by the United States Congress for preservation efforts through the National Park Service Historic Preservation Fund.  Grant funds are awarded...

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Seed Sower Village opening soon in Dawson

The nonprofit organization Seed Sower Inc. is opening its first ten-bed recovery residence for women this fall. Seed Sower Village is located on 6.3 beautiful hilltop acres in the Dawson area. A close partner of Fruits of Labor, residents of the Village will enroll in Fruits of Labor’s culinary and agricultural training program, where they can receive paid, recovery-friendly training,...

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Community Clothes Closet continues to serve region

The Good Neighbors Community Clothes Closet in White Sulphur Springs, sponsored by the Emmanuel United Methodist Church, continues to serve the local community by offering FREE, clean and gently used clothing for men, women and children. The closet currently has an abundance of late summer/early fall clothing available before transitioning to items for the winter season. All items are displayed...

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‘We’re right in the eye of the storm’

Gov. Jim Justice and members of the West Virginia COVID-19 pandemic response leadership team held another news briefing on Wednesday to update the public on the State’s latest pandemic response efforts. During Wednesday’s briefing, Gov. Justice reported that the state’s total number of active cases has continued to drop. However, as expected, the number of West Virginians in the hospital...

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