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Letter to the Editor: a Little Mining History


At age 88, I feel that I am perhaps one of the few oldest men alive that worked in the coal mines in Huntington Canyon. I can recall when Byron Howard opened the Deer Creek Mine which I later worked in. ...

Letter to the Editor: Life at Turnquist Cottages


Some say of us that live here at Turnquist Cottages in Elmo that we are all over the hill but when you get as old as some of us you will discover that in life there is more than one hill....

Letter to the Editor: Sympathy for the miners


From someone who works in the sister city of Huntington, W.V., I would like to express my sincere condolences for the trapped miners and their families. My thoughts and prayers are with your community at this time....

Letter to the Editor: Prayers for the miners


To the families, miners and state officials.

Letter to the Editor: Evil Mountain?


In the production of coal, men do battle with nature every day. This fight allows the rest of us to enjoy a quality of life never before achieved by mankind. Accordingly the men owning and working in the mines have to reach a level of professionalism...

Letter to the Editor: Patrick Sundstrom is partly correct


In the past, while I have patently disagreed with most of the opinions written in by Patrick Sundstrom, this time, I need to write in defense of him, at least partly. While I wouldn't incorrectly refer to Islamic Extremists as "fascists" as he does, ...

Letter to the Editor: Support for a local business


My parents bought the Star Theater and Grill, because the theater was going to be closed. They knew how tragic that would be to the community. They have spent a lot of money fixing both places up.I remember when I was a kid going to that same theater...




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