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It appears that two Mingo County development projects may soon become a reality after having undergone a great deal of negotiation between the Mingo County Redevelopment Authority and several state and federal agencies

Because of these...

A new federal guideline implemented by the funding and oversight agency for all Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Pilot projects has slightly delayed the aquaponics project at Kermit.

This bit of discouraging news was delivered to Mingo County Redevelopment Authority board members by Executive Director Leash...

Several projects were updated at the recent Mingo County Redevelopment Authority meeting on August 23rd, 2017, including the Refresh Appalachia Agriculture project at the 22 Mine Road Industrial park site.

Executive Director Leasha Johnson told the Board of Directors that were present, which included...

Just before Christmas Mingo County and the town of Kermit learned the two were going to be the joint recipients of a $3.6 million aquaponics facility that, when constructed in Kermit at First Burning Creek, potentially could represent a mini-boon to both the county and town.

During Kermit’s regularly...

Christmas came a couple of days early for Mingo County last week. At least that’s how U.S. Congressman Evan Jenkins referred to it when he stood before a crowd of state and local officials and announced that Mingo County had just been selected as the recipient of a $3.6 million grant via the 2016 Ab...

December 22, 2016

WILLIAMSON – Christmas came early for one organization in Mingo County.

At 11:00 a.m. Thursday morning, U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) held a special press conference at the Mingo County Redevelopment Authority in Williamson on the Aquaponics on AML project funding which was announced thi...

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