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New Exhibit Brings W.Va. Coal Mining History To Nation’s Capital

From March 16 to July 6, the National Archives will display a new exhibit entitled “Power & Light: Russell Lee's Coal Survey.” It features more than 200 photographs taken by documentary photographer Russell Lee.

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Randolph County Fourth Grader To Light U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree 

Ethan Reese, a 4th grade student from Randolph County, will light the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. The Beverly Elementary School student has a deep connection to the Monongahela National Forest, where this year's U.S. Capitol tree came from. His great-great-grandfather Arthur Wood was one of the first superintendents there.

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W.Va. Senior Named Finalist In National Poetry Competition

Sprouse is one of nine finalists out of a field of 54 state and jurisdictional champions from across the country to compete reciting classic and contemporary poetry.

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