Man stabs two with Samurai sword

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, at approximately 11 a.m., members of the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office and White Sulphur Springs Police Department responded to a reported stabbing on Hamilton Addition Road near White Sulphur Springs. Upon arrival, officers would determine that Chester E. Brandon III, 41, of White Sulphur Springs, utilized a Samurai sword and stabbed Shawn Martin, 31, and Brenda Brooks, 57. Brooks and Martin, also of White Sulphur Springs, were transported to medical facilities for treatment of injuries sustained....

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Man stabs two with Samurai sword

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, at approximately 11 a.m., members of the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Office and White Sulphur Springs Police Department responded to a reported stabbing on Hamilton Addition Road near White Sulphur Springs. Upon arrival, officers would determine that Chester E. Brandon III, 41, of White Sulphur Springs, utilized a Samurai sword and stabbed Shawn Martin, 31, and Brenda...

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Taste of Our Towns canceled

After thoughtful consideration, and discussions with Greenbrier Valley Medical Center, Greenbrier County Health Department, Greenbrier Valley CVB, Lewisburg Downtown Business Association, and others, Carnegie Hall has determined that it will not be possible to safely hold what would have been the 37th Taste of Our Towns (TOOT) food and music festival in downtown Lewisburg in October.  The annual event, which...

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Gov. Justice reports new record highs for hospitalizations, mostly among the unvaccinated 

During Wednesday’s briefing, Gov. Justice reported that West Virginia has once again set a new record number of COVID-related hospitalizations for the entire pandemic, with 893 individuals currently in hospitals across the state. The number of West Virginians in ICUs has once again set a new record high of 275 patients. The number of West Virginians on ventilators is up...

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Longtime Board Member recognized for extraordinary commitment to HospiceCare

Board Member Keith Stonestreet (left), HospiceCare CEO Christopher Rawlings, and Board Member Joe Price HospiceCare advocate and longtime board member, Keith Stonestreet, was honored this week for his years of service and dedication to HospiceCare’s mission of providing compassionate care and affirming life through hospice, palliative and othe r supportive care services to patients, families and communities. At a ceremony...

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Mountain Messenger nets multiple WVPA Awards 

The West Virginia Press Association (WVPA) has released the results of their 2020 Newspaper Editorial and Advertising Contest, which they host annually. Newspapers from across the state compete with other publications in their division in multiple editorial and advertising categories. This year, the Mountain Messenger scored a total of five awards, including first place overall

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WVSOM members elected to Board of Governors

Three West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) members have been elected to the school’s board of governors, the body that oversees the financial, business and educational policies under which the school operates. The new board members appointments became effective July 1. Peter Ward, Ph.D., was elected as a faculty representative; Marlena Dunbar was elected as a staff representative; and...

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Greenbrier Valley Medical Group welcomes urologists Drs. Losee and Hughart

Greenbrier Valley Medical Group welcomes urologists Dr. John Losee, M.D. and Dr. Christi Hughart, D.O. to the team. Drs. Losee and Hughart join Drs. Fort, Kowalkowski, and Mouchizadeh at Greenbrier Valley Urology. Dr. Losee is a graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences at Georgetown University and received his medical education at Georgetown University Medical School. Following the completion...

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‘Let’s take a virtual field trip!’ series with Appalachian Headwaters returns for fall

Excited for the changes of fall? Curious about West Virginia wildlife, both common and rare? Want to know how we can help them thrive? Explore West Virginia – from its wetlands, to its majestic black bears, to its colorful caterpillars – with Appalachian Headwaters and a variety of awesome experts across the state, starting Friday, Sept. 17. Each virtual field...

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Chief Justice Jenkins, Justice Hutchison thank court employees 

Probation Secretary Kimberly D. Spencer, Probation Officer Adam J. Carr, Chief Probation Officer Tonya Hoover, Chief Justice Evan Jenkins, Justice John Hutchison, Deputy Chief Probation Officer Robert L. Tooze, and Probation Officer Stanley Workman. Supreme Court Chief Justice Evan Jenkins and Justice John Hutchison visited court employees in Greenbrier County on Aug. 26 to say “Thank You” for their dedicated...

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