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2004
July/August 2004

Does the Longview Power Plant Offend the Public Interest?

by Frank Slider
One of the most controversial issues before the WV Public Service Commission in recent years is the proposed Longview Power Plant in Monongalia County.

WV EPEC Update: Protect Roadless Areas in the Monongahela National Forest

by Anna Sale
The 60 million acres of remaining roadless, wild forests are not only the remaining wild forests on public lands but are some of the last wild forests in America.

CHAPTER AND FRIENDS OF THE MOUNTAINS COOPERATE TO SAVE BLAIR MOUNTAIN

by Regina Hendrix
Blair Mountain is a location of particular importance to the labor history of our nation. The Battle of Blair Mountain, fought in August and September of 1921, has assumed legendary status among academic labor historians and the general public.

The Chair's Corner

by Paul Wilson
National Board of Directors, and Chapter Executive Committee, elections are a big part of Sierra Club's democratic traditions.

Proposed Wilderness: Spice Run

by Beth Little
The boundary between Pocahontas and Greenbrier Counties holds a unique wildlands area, known for its native brook trout streams.

   
   

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