Coal impacts Mid-Ohio Valley, too

Coal impacts Mid-Ohio Valley, too

There are 3 comments on the NewsandSentinel.com story from Sep 8, 2013, titled Coal impacts Mid-Ohio Valley, too. In it, NewsandSentinel.com reports that:

Although Wood County is not a large coal-producing county, it still benefits from the coal mining taking place elsewhere in West Virginia and can be impacted by any changes to the industry.

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vaultdweller

United States

#1 Sep 9, 2013
Its because of the presidents war on coal
brenda

United States

#2 Sep 17, 2013
And its getting worse...
hoopnshout

United States

#3 Sep 24, 2013
The real sad thing is these coal fired plants have had over 20 years to put into place scrubbers. Now it's come time to pay the fairy man and they want to point to Obama. It's suppose to be about cleaner air for future generations. What is so wrong with that..

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