‘Birdeye Bend’ Section Of W.Va. Mountain Rides Tourism Project Dedicated
The Birdeye Bend section of the four statewide tourism loops extends more than 170 miles through Morgantown, Elkins and Clarksburg.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Friends of Tug Fork River will host a public hearing this Saturday to talk about the future of the natural waterway. The meeting is open to anyone living in communities along the Tug Fork River and is part of a series of listening sessions for areas along the Ohio River Basin.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Tuesday said it will commit $2,817,600 to help reduce flood risks throughout the Elkhorn Creek and Tug Fork River Watershed.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
For as long as he can recall, Williamson resident John Burchett said that when you looked over the U.S. Highway 119 Bridge leading to Kentucky, all you’d…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Environmentalists and the Pocahontas Land Corp. have agreed to settle a lawsuit over coal mine drainage into streams in southern West Virginia.The…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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