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WV State Police Offering $10,000 Reward For Info Leading To Location Of Dee-Ann Keene

The West Virginia State Police, with the assistance of the Greenbrier County Prosecutor's Office, Greenbrier County Drug and Violent Crime Task Force and the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department, is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Dee-Ann Keene, according to a press release from the West Virginia State Police.

Read more in the Thursday, September 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Community Foundation Awards Grants For Education

The Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation (GVCF) has awarded seven grants for enrichment activities in area public schools through its Community Fund Mini-Grant program and the Mary B. Nickell Fund for Arts Education. These grants will be used to purchase supplies and pay honoraria to bring talented community members into the classrooms.

Read more in the Thursday, September 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

West Virginia Prisoner of War Honored During Vietnam Mobile Wall Exhibit

By Emilee White

A West Virginia Prisoner of War (POW) was honored at The Seasons during an exhibit of the West Virginia Vietnam Mobile Wall on Monday, September 15. Gail Kerns is the last known surviving Vietnam POW from West Virginia according to Dave Simmons, state president of Vietnam Veterans of America.

Read more in the Wednesday, September 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Over 100 Planes Land At Greenbrier Valley Airport For Citation Jet Pilots Convention

By Emilee White

The sixth annual Citation Jet Pilots (CIP) convention is taking place at The Greenbrier. The convention began on September 17 and continues until September 20. Over 100 Cessna Citation aircraft are currently parked at the Greenbrier Valley Airport in Lewisburg, according to Sherman McClung, director of operations and maintenance for the Greenbrier Valley Airport.

Read more in the Thursday, September 18, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Revised Plan Approved For Cinema 8 Movie Theater

By Robin Zimmerman

Lewisburg's planning and zoning officer Chuck Smith shared progress on the Cinema 8 Lewisburg movie theater being built behind Lowe's during the September 16 Lewisburg City Council meeting.

Read more in the Wednesday, September 17, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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