During her report to the board of directors at this month’s Mingo County Redevelopment Authority meeting, Executive Director Leasha Johnson said two familiar phases of work now being performed at the Air Transportation Park are rapidly nearing completion.

Another phase of work was recently completed...

Not only is the aquaponics facility near Kermit on the cusp of completion and close to being production ready, but the facility at First Burning Creek now also has an official name—Blue Acre Aquaponics Center.

She said the interior rooms are also finished, and, with the exception of a few punch list...

After more than two months of negotiations, the Mingo County Redevelopment Authority has gained ownership of the wood manufacturing plant at the James H. “Buck” Harless Wood Products Industrial Park at Holden as the result of a mutual agreement with the plant’s owner, Mohawk Industries.

That word cam...

An American Electric Power (AEP) program aimed at assisting those communities hardest hit by the decline of the coal industry in a way they can successfully rebound economically is being offered to the Mingo County Airport Authority and, consequently, to the county as a whole.

The program, known as t...

At last month’s Mingo County Redevelopment Authority meeting, the board agreed that it might be in the agency’s best interest to explore the possibility of abating some or all of Mohawk Industries’ remaining lease payments in return for the company conveying its former buildings and assets at the Ja...

Despite the usual problems that inevitably accompany any type of construction project, officials say the aquaponics facility at Kermit is progressing and barring any unforeseen major developments cropping up it should be completed on time.

During her report at last week’s Mingo County Redevelopment A...

Federal, state and county officials joined representatives from the Mingo County Redevelopment Authority and other agencies last week at the new Air Transportation Park at Varney to break ground for a long-awaited utilities addition project.The $2.6 million infrastructure project entails a waterline...

As the promoter/operator of the Twin Branch Drag Strip waits with everyone else for the access road leading up to the facility to be opened to the general public and actual events there can finally begin, he’s also been using the time to develop additional plans for the mountaintop venue located nea...

The Mingo County Redevelopment Authority is considering a proposal from a veneer manufacturing company that, if accepted, could ultimately result in that company purchasing the former Mohawk flooring plant and associated adjacent property at the James H. (Buck) Harless Wood Products Industrial Wood...

The aquaponics facility at Kermit is finally moving to the construction stage after more than two years of delays.

This news was communicated by Mingo County Redevelopment Authority Executive Director Leasha Johnson during last week’s regular MCRA meeting.

A contractor, Charleston-based Persinger & As...

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