The sticker on the back window of a miner's car at Arch Coal's Raven coal-preparation plant in Knott County shows how miners feel about the product they produce to power the country.
The sticker on the back window of a miner's car at Arch Coal's Raven coal-preparation plant in Knott County shows how miners feel about the product they produce to power the country. Lexington Herald-Leader
The sticker on the back window of a miner's car at Arch Coal's Raven coal-preparation plant in Knott County shows how miners feel about the product they produce to power the country. Lexington Herald-Leader

Coal industry sheds jobs, leaving Eastern Kentucky economy in tatters

July 29, 2012 12:29 PM

UPDATED July 30, 2012 06:50 AM

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