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Carl Acord Obituary (AP News)
Carl Acord shared a big Easter dinner with family on Sunday and doted on his infant grandsons, 9-month-old Chase and 3-month-old Cameron, said his sister Sherry Cline. "He was looking forward to...
Jason Atkins was born and raised in Boone County, near the coal mine where he lost his life, said his father-in-law, Rick Withers. The 25-year-old miner and his wife, Amanda, 28, met when they...
Christopher Bell was one of 29 miners killed April 5, 2010 by a huge explosion in an underground coal mine owned by Massey Energy Co. in West Virginia - the worst U.S. mining disaster since 1984.
Greg Brock was one of 29 miners killed April 5, 2010 by a huge explosion in an underground coal mine owned by Massey Energy Co. in West Virginia - the worst U.S. mining disaster since 1984.
Kenny Chapman was a roof bolter in the mines. His second job, it seemed, was making others laugh. He'd have stories to tell about his hunting and four-wheeling excursions or his fishing trips to...
Just a few months ago, Robert E. Clark, 41, came forward and committed himself as a born-again Christian at the Beckley Church of God, his pastor said. The decision in January offered a degree...
Cory Davis played baseball in high school and followed his family into the mines. The 20-year-old from Dawes, W.Va., worked with his father, Tommy Davis, and cousin Timmy Davis Jr. at a surface...
Timmy Davis Sr. loved coal mining - and when he wasn't doing that, he was out hunting and fishing. "My dad was the best hunter and fisher you've ever seen. The biggest buck or bear would come...
Michael Elswick was one of 29 miners killed April 5, 2010 by a huge explosion in an underground coal mine owned by Massey Energy Co. in West Virginia - the worst U.S. mining disaster since 1984.
William "Bob" Griffith came from a family of miners, went into the mines as a young man with his father and worked there like his brothers. "He learned from the best," said Griffith's brother,...
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