Yesterday, May 31st, 2016, "Ranger Scientific announced its acquisition of 1,000 acres for its "Olympus" factory site located on a reclaimed mountaintop coal removal mine. Ranger intends to build one of the largest industrial facilities in Kanawha Valley. The announcement was made at an event held at Riverside High School in Belle, West Virginia. Ranger plans to employ more than 400 factory workers in the first phase of its Olympus advanced technology automated manufacturing complex. Ranger's small arms ammunition factory will be a small part of Ranger's planned future development." Read More
Riverside students enjoying the celebration (Above Left). Assistant Principals Amie Glancy and Gene Smith with Principal Valery Harper (Above Right).
Chef Tommy Grant from Carver Career Center serving lunch with his culinary students (Above Right), as well Director of Child Nutrition Diane Miller helping serve lunch (Above Left).