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63% BUSH PUBLISHES CHANGES TO MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL RULE ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR. TESTIFIES AGAINST BUFFER ZONE CHANGES AT HEARING
That same study projected that coal operators can be expected to bury another 724 miles of Appalachian streams by 2018. Reach Ken Ward Jr. at kward@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1702....
Published: Friday, December 12, 2008
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61% MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL A PRESIDENTIAL ISSUE NEITHER MCCAIN, OBAMA SUPPORT MINING PRACTICE
Another 535 miles of streams across the region are expected to be damaged under new permits issued between October 2001 and June 2005, according to the U.S. Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation and Enforcement. Roughly two-thirds of...
Published: Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Words: 1044

61% MAYNARD RECUSES HIMSELF 3RD TIME
markers and outlines shown on company maps. Coal River Mountain Watch lawyers Derek Teaney and Joe Lovett have appealed that portion of Bloom's ruling. DEP lawyer Tom Clarke did not appeal the portion of Bloom's ruling that went against...
Published: Friday, February 08, 2008
Words: 553

59% OBAMA'S ENERGY PLAN COAL MAY FACE TOUGHER REGULATION INDUSTRY NOT EXPECTED TO FOLD DESPITE ENFORCEMENT CHANGES
Obama has promised swift and tough action on the biggest issue facing the coal industry: National and international efforts to try to limit carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to global warming and climate change. During the campaign,...
Published: Sunday, November 09, 2008
Words: 1091

48% READERS' VOICE
for Congress. Why? s What is the condition of the federal mine inspector that was seriously injured at the Mammoth mine? Ken Ward, where are you? s Concerning the article on the Hawks Nest workers' graves, why doesn't an organization...
Published: Friday, February 29, 2008
Words: 1724

48% CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD HOPES TO REFORM PROPANE OPERATIONS
wouldn't have occurred. Instead, there might have been a flash fire that likely would not have been as deadly, Hall said. Reach Ken Ward Jr. at kward@wvgazette.com or 348-1702....
Published: Saturday, September 27, 2008
Words: 796

48% N.J. TOWN, RESIDENTS FIGHT FOR CONTROL OVER ERODING BEACHES
has little choice but to protect what's already there. Groisser's house has a 75-foot beach behind it, providing a wide buffer zone of protection against wind-driven waves and the erosion they cause. Arlene Pollack's house does not....
Published: Sunday, August 03, 2008
Words: 949

48% A YEAR IN THE VALLEY CHECK OUT SOME OF THE UPS AND DOWNS OF 2007
of a buffer zone of crushed concrete that stops a plane quickly at runway's end. The taxiway-widening project and the other end of the buffer zone should be complete in February, giving Yeager a longer runway that will accommodate big...
Published: Wednesday, January 02, 2008
Words: 3063

35% MSHA: MINES MUST CREATE RESCUE TEAMS 28 NEW STATIONS DICTATED, 68 MORE TEAMS; 2 WITHIN HOUR'S DRIVE OF EACH MINE
By Ken Ward Jr. kward@wvgazette.com Coal operators around the country will have to create and equip dozens of new mine rescue teams, under congressionally mandated rules finalized Friday by the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration....
Published: Saturday, February 09, 2008
Words: 588

35% RESIDENTS NEED C8 SCREENS, JUDGE TOLD
By Ken Ward Jr. Staff writer Valori Mace has five times more C8 in her blood than the average American. Russell Miller has three times more. So does William Rhodes. Mace, Miller and Rhodes worry that drinking water contaminated with...
Published: Friday, July 04, 2008
Words: 922

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