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Editorial Roundup: West Virginia

Charleston Gazette-Mail. Nov. 15, 2021. Editorial: Rules are different for the uber wealthy It’s no great revelation that there is a dichotomy in this country between how middle- and lower-income...

Honoring their service

Suzanne Stewart Staff Writer   On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the county honored area veterans and current service members in the annual Veterans...

West Virginia group offers funds for rural health outreach

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia nonprofit group said Friday that it is offering $1 million in grants to boost COVID-19 testing and vaccination efforts and address HIV and other health issues in the state's most rural and at-risk communities. The Community Education Group said it is offering grants for health providers and groups serving people hit by homelessness, HIV, viral hepatitis infections or substance abuse. “It’s an all hands on deck moment where CEG is ready to partner...

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Local Veterans awarded Quilts of Valor

In no particular order are: Charles Humphreys, Jack Nelson, Jackson Gadd, John Critzer, Milton Renick, and Paul Flippin, Jr., each draped with their very own, new quilt of valor. By Adam Pack The Quilts of Valor Foundation presented handmade Quilts of Valor to Greenbrier County veterans on Thursday, Nov. 11, in a ceremony at the Greenbrier County Visitor’s Center. There were a total of eight veterans presented with quilts made by members of the Alderson Quilters and Crafters Association.  The...

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Flu season may further impact Red Cross blood supply

Emergency blood shortage continues As the holidays approach and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns about a potential spike in flu cases this year, it’s important that those who are eligible, healthy and feeling well make an appointment to donate blood. The American Red Cross continues to address an ongoing emergency blood shortage, and donors are urged to give now to combat the lowest blood supply levels at this time of year in more than a decade. There...

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The Magic of Christmas in Lewisburg begins this weekend

Six Weeks of Christmas Spirit runs through Dec. 24 The Magic of Christmas in Lewisburg transforms the downtown into a Holiday Wonderland from Saturday, Nov. 20 through Friday, Dec. 24. On any given day during The Magic of Christmas, you will be greeted with holiday cheer- magical decorations, Christmas tree lights and giant snowflakes. Vote for your favorite Christmas window and be entered to win one of five $100 gift certificates to your favorite shop or restaurant. There is also...

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WV Secretary of State launches new strategy to report election law violations by cell phone

According to West Virginia’s chief election official, it’s time to plan for fair and secure 2022 midterm elections.  Last week, WV Secretary of State Mac Warner announced the launching of his office’s new “See Something, Text Something!” election security campaign. The program leverages the technology of common communication devices to quickly and securely report allegations

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Annual Christmas Parade scheduled in Alderson 

The Annual Christmas Parade in Alderson has been scheduled for Friday, Dec. 3 beginning at 7 p.m.  Line-up will start at 6 p.m. on Virginia Street like the July 4th Parade lines up. It will proceed down Riverview Avenue and across the Alderson Memorial Bridge and disband in front of the Alderson Volunteer Fire Department. Santa will greet children and hear their wishes inside the AVFD. Treats will be provided by the Alderson Women’s Club.  Mayor Travis Copenhaver said, “This...

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The Snow Queen returns this holiday season

Jane Brown, Snow Queen 1967 By Adam Pack A long standing but now dormant Ronceverte tradition will be returning this winter, as the Snow Queen Pageant will be held for the first time in 29 years.  Originally held under the auspices of the Ronceverte Rotary Club to generate funds for the city’s Christmas Stocking program, the first Snow Queen Pageant was held sometime in the 1930s. Young women from each high and junior high school in the area would be...

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