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Clean Up Efforts

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Three Fork Creek recognized on national level

A West Virginia Abandoned Mine Lands Program project that restored life to Three Fork Creek in Preston and Taylor counties has been recognized on the national level.

Three Fork Creek Is Sustaining Life

GRAFTON – Back in April of 2011, steps were taken to breathe new life in a dead stream.  On Thursday, August 30, the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) surveyed Three Fork Creek, and found that the efforts paid off.

Frog Run Water Issues

GRAFTON – In all, 21 Taylor County residents are being adversely affected by the lack of city water and the contamination of water wells. According to residents of Frog Run, in Knottsville, since the gas drilling activity has started in the area, the water in their wells has been contaminated