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Demolition expert is an interesting character
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Demolition expert is an interesting character

LOGAN, W.Va. — He may barely stand five-feet tall with his boots on, but he can make tall buildings shake by his mere presence. One might say he is the man who is “tearing down Logan” and can appropriately be called “Mighty Mike”. In reality, he is a demolition expert and a very interesting character. […]

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Laws restricting natural gas exports are outdated

An editorial from The Register-Herald BECKLEY, W.Va. — Coal continues to lead the way when it comes to West Virginia’s exports, despite a decline of 26 percent over the previous year. U.S. Census figures released last week show we exported $8.4 billion worth of products in 2013, which was the third-highest total in state history, […]

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Manchin angry over inclusion in mine disaster film

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Sen. Joe Manchin said he didn’t know all the facts before appearing in a film funded by former coal executive Don Blankenship about “what really happened” at the 2010 Upper Big Branch mine disaster. In a statement released Monday, Manchin, D-W.Va., said he was told the film was about mine safety, and […]

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Kanawha prosecutor charged with battery of son
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Kanawha prosecutor charged with battery of son

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — State Police charged Kanawha Prosecuting Attorney Mark Plants with domestic battery Monday and say he struck his son with a leather belt more than 10 times. Plants turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest on the misdemeanor charge Monday morning. This is the second time Plants has been […]

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