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Bad water, freezing weather, snow knee deep. Oh West Virginia, we gotta love ya, 'cause nobody else does.
To the gunman Sunday morning that was using a semi-automatic pistol in the Ridgemont area of Pinch: Your judgment was poor and disturbing to our community not to mention very dangerous. You need to attend a gun safety class.
Joe Manchin wants it both ways. What else is new?
Eastman's Material safety data sheet for crude MCHM describes the product as colorless and having an odor typical of an alcohol. No mention there of the green tint seen in our drinking water or to the licorice odor in our kitchens and our air.
There are at least two coal preparation plants upstream of Charleston that use the chemical Mech 4. Has anyone checked to see if they are leaking the chemical into the rivers and streams?
You can bet on one thing, any chemical spill legislation or chemical tank inspection legislation will exclude any tanks on coal company property.
Thank you to the person who found my BB&T debit card at the Kroger Riverwalk Mall gas pump and was honest enough to turn it in. God bless you.
I have to wonder if the big chemical spill, the fouling of our drinking water, and the subsequent economic damage will have anyone re-thinking those big "Friends of Coal" stickers on the backs of their SUVs. Probably not.
I think the water company should be locally owned. Having local ownership would bring more jobs to the area and better control.
I think that I've heard it all now. A group had a candlelight vigil for water. Really? People have a vigil at the drop of a hat anymore. And to bring in people from Kentucky? Really? Kentucky? No wonder we're last in everything.