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Charleston Daily Mail
Greenbrier Classic offers chance to promote region
With tens of thousands of people set to attend the 2013 Greenbrier Classic in two weeks, Greenbrier Valley officials again are preparing to market their area to capitalize on the event.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
The Wichita Eagle
Re: Billionaire's coal struggles irking biz owners
In this July 2, 2010 file photo released by The Greenbrier Resort, The Greenbrier Resort owner and chairman Jim Justice attends the gala opening of The Greenbrier Casino Club, in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.
Man drowns at Blue Bend Recreation Area
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. - The Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department is investigating the drowning of a man at the Blue Bend Recreation Area.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Greenbrier County drowning
The incident happened in Blue Bend, where the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Office says 53-year-old Thomas Richter of White Sulphur Springs was found dead Friday morning.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
Hotel rooms not the only option for those attending Greenbrier Classic
Greenbrier County residents are once again opening up their homes to rent during this year's Greenbrier Classic PGA Tournament.
Clendenin mayor ousted; town council race tied
CLENDENIN, W.Va. -- Mayor Bob Ore was ousted in Tuesday's town election, and his nephew, Billy Ore, is part of a tied race for a Town Council seat.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Travel by Rail to Visit the Greenbrier
Come travel with the Collis P. Huntington Railroad Historical Society, Inc. to The Greenbrier Resort in private historic railroad cars from a bye-gone era on June 21. Trip cost $279.00.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
EHotelier Global Hospitality News
America's Most Luxurious Hotel Suites
Indoor basketball courts, island-sized balconies and bathrooms that belong in museums - America's got some crazy indulgent hotel suites with price tags to match.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Two men shot in WSS; suspect arrested
Two men were critically injured in a shooting on Tanis Drive in White Sulphur Springs on Tuesday around 5:30 p.m. "When officers arrived, they found two men shot at the scene, both in serious condition," said Greenbrier County Sheriff Jan Cahill.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Big News Network.com
Greenbrier County man killed in head-on crash
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Wed Jun 05, 2013
The most luxurious hotel suites in U.S.
This 4,490-square-foot, $30,000-a-night suite was inspired by Louis XV's royal court ... and his love of hemorrhaging cash.
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Monroe County man arrested in Spa City shooting
A suspect in a double shooting in White Sulphur Springs was taken into custody without incident Tuesday night at his Monroe County home.
West Virginia Metro
Additional charges expected in Greenbrier County shooting
Greenbrier County Sheriff Jan Cahill said Wednesday there will "absolutely" be additional charges against a Monroe County man in connection with a Tuesday double-shooting in White Sulphur Springs.
Rick Lord Web Producer: Bethany Simmons Also Contributing: WOAY Reported: Jun. 5, 2013 9:08 AM EDT Updated: Jun. 5, 2013 9:20 AM EDT White Sulphur Springs , West Virginia Two people were shot Tuesday night at a trailer in Greenbrier County.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
West Virginia Metro
Two in custody, another detained after shooting in Greenbrier County
Police said two suspects have been arrested, and one is being detained after two males were shot Tuesday evening on Tanis Drive in White Sulphur Springs, near to Route 92. Both victims were found shot in their vehicle parked behind a business.
Shooting in Greenbrier County sends 2 people to the hospital
Two people have been shot in Greenbrier County. A shooting at trailer in White Sulphur Springs was reported just after 5:30pm Tuesday on Hamilton Drive.
Sun May 26, 2013
Potpourri: May 27, 2013
As West Virginia's sesquicentennial nears, plenty of debate will surround stormy events that occurred while the state was created.
Fri May 24, 2013
Two Gen. Pattons
A recent editorial about West Virginia's upcoming sesquicentennial described leaders involved in the state's stormy creation during the Civil War - but a picture of Confederate commander George S. Patton inadvertently was replaced by a photo of his World War II grandson.