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GAZETTE REPORTER WINS NATIONAL AWARD
- Paul Nyden, investigative reporter for The Charleston Gazette, has won the 1988 Thomas L. Stokes Award for a series of articles on environmental abuses by the West Virginia strip mining industry, Julius Duscha, director of The Washington...
Published: Monday, April 10, 1989
MASSEY EMPLOYEE MAKES EFFORT TO CANCEL DOCUMENTARY TELECASTS
- An A.T. Massey Coal Co. official attempted, unsuccessfully, to persuade two West Virginia public television stations to cancel their showings of "Even the Heavens Weep." The hourlong documentary, produced by Beth Nogay of WPBY-TV in...
Published: Friday, April 05, 1985
LABOR BOARD WINS ORDER AGAINST UMW
- Relations Board Friday won a temporary court order against the United Mine Workers that covers union activities at all A.T. Massey subsidiaries as well as companies that do business with the coal company. The court action brought accusations...
Published: Saturday, April 06, 1985
UMW WINS RULING ON BARGAINING ISSUE
- A long-awaited ruling by the National Labor Relations Board forcing subsidiaries of A.T. Massey Coal Co. to bargain as a single employer with the United Mine Workers will give the union a new advantage in contract negotiations, a UMW...
Published: Thursday, April 25, 1985
TOUCHY WORK REMAINS IN UMW-MASSEY TALKS
- The United Mine Workers-A.T. Massey Coal Co. negotiations are progressing, but the touchiest work remains to be done by lawyers drafting the actual contract language that rules the work lives of miners and coal operators alike. Several...
Published: Sunday, May 05, 1985
MASSEY HALTS TALKS UNTIL VIOLENCE ENDS
- In a rare public appearance Thursday, A.T. Massey Coal Co. President E. Morgan Massey blasted the United Mine Workers for waging a guerrilla war and said his company would not bargain with the union until law and order is restored...
Published: Friday, May 31, 1985
AND NOW MURDER
- BELLIGERENCE IN THE MASSEY COAL STRIKE FINALLY. has descended to the vilest level: cold-blooded, premeditated, ambush murder. Nothing at stake in this needless strike can justify the savagery that happened Wednesday. Killers with high-powered...
Published: Friday, May 31, 1985
OWNERS BLAMED FOR LATEST BATTLE IN COAL WARS
- MATEWAN - The Sprouse Creek Processing Co., owned by A.T. Massey Coal Co., stands to the left of W.Va. 49 as one travels south to this West Virginia border town. The plant is located behind a high chain-link fence and railroad tracks....
Published: Monday, June 10, 1985
HARD TIMES AHEAD?
- THE VIOLENT MASSEY COAL STRIKE IS JUST ONE OF. several showdowns in which U.S. corporations are taking a harder line against unions, reports William Serrin in The New York Times. "Many companies are taking actions that would have been...
Published: Thursday, June 13, 1985
MASSEY'S ENGINEERS TO DESIGN MAJOR MINING COMPLEX IN CHINA
- Engineers from mothballed A.T. Massey Coal Co. mines in West Virginia have been summoned by the Fluor Corp. - one of Massey's parent companies - to design a major mining complex in central China, company officials said Monday. The...
Published: Tuesday, June 18, 1985