After nearly a century, West Virginia coal battle rages on

Associated Press: At the dirt road entrance to the Mingo Logan Coal Company site along Route 17 in rural West Virginia, a white metal sign hangs, riddled with bullet holes, announcing "NO TRESPASSING" in red lettering. Kenny King doesn't much care. The 59-year-old has been trespassing here about weekly since 1991. That's when he first began an effort to transform this place — on top of a mountain in the middle of dense forest about 50 miles south of Charleston, West Virginia — from a coal mine into a national monument.......

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