Hatfield-McCoy Trails receives $120k in grants

There are 12 comments on the Williamson Daily News Online story from Feb 2, 2013, titled Hatfield-McCoy Trails receives $120k in grants. In it, Williamson Daily News Online reports that:

The Hatfield-McCoy recreational trails has received three $40,000 grants in Logan, Mingo and McDowell counties as part of the 2012 Recreational Trails Program.

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Donald Duck

Nitro, WV

#1 Feb 15, 2013
Really hopefully it will bring WV some business.
Hatcoy

Logan, WV

#2 Feb 16, 2013
Yea if I ever kill someone I'm going to use feud as my defense so I will be A folk hero instead of A murderer.
tax payer

United States

#3 Feb 16, 2013
they need it, I thought they were making money on it's own, why do they need tax payer money ????
Local Man

Chapmanville, WV

#4 Feb 16, 2013
Waste,waste,waste. The money could be used for things more important. I do believe we have enough trails to accommodate the people who wants to ride on them. On my road we have potholes that needs asphalt. I bet the trails are a lot better than the road that leads to my house. When the state continues to improve the trail system and keeps avoiding to fix the many potholes in my area I feel they just don't care anymore.Its all political when certain areas can get money for just about anything, like the road to nowhere (The Trails) and my community has to suffer because we cannot have decent roads. Our State should be called Wild Wasteful West Virginia.
Hatcoy

Logan, WV

#5 Feb 16, 2013
Well for one thing if you see the Hatfield McCoy rangers running the main roads all day they cant be on the trails or job.
Great

Nitro, WV

#6 Feb 16, 2013
Hopefully they put the money to good use!
tax payer

United States

#7 Feb 17, 2013
if it goes to the trail system it's not good use!!!!
XxxX

Charleston, WV

#9 Feb 20, 2013
How do you get hired for the trail positions?
Mountain Bike

Inez, KY

#10 Mar 4, 2013
Its a good trail system. Everyone enjoys it.
Illinois Rider

Edwardsville, IL

#11 Apr 30, 2013
We just got back home from riding the trails at Pineville. Five of us spent 4 nights at the hotel, ate all of our meals, purchased fuel, drank a few beers in Pineville and Mullins. The hotel and restaurants sure appreciated our business. We will be back to ride the tails again, these were some of the best we have ridden.
Corn Holer

Gilbert, WV

#12 Apr 30, 2013
Illinois Rider wrote:
We just got back home from riding the trails at Pineville. Five of us spent 4 nights at the hotel, ate all of our meals, purchased fuel, drank a few beers in Pineville and Mullins. The hotel and restaurants sure appreciated our business. We will be back to ride the tails again, these were some of the best we have ridden.
Stay home, we don't want or need you here.
Zarro

Inez, KY

#13 Apr 30, 2013
Gilbert is were the money is/Logan missed the boat

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