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Eastern Kentucky Coal Mines

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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When I heard they were going to shut down the coal mines in Pike county Eastern Kentucky I anislly thought that they did not have to shut down the coal mines coal mining is my dad's whole life
Love mi ers but We got lost ended up in Jenkins Ky a STRANGE TOWN!.
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It's too bad the Democrats don't care for these people half as much as they hate Trump.
i'm so glad black jewel coal co showed the coal miner just how dirty they could be treated and hopefully these miners will wake up and finally organize united mine workers of america.
In 1979 there were close to 250,000 mining jobs in the US. By 2015 there were less than half of that, but production was at an all-time high. Machines and fracking combined to kill the mining jobs.
I’ve been at work about four years get ready go back underground myself , I have missed working i the mines.
Dam proud to be from Eastern Kentucky my people are pike ville and Ashland
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my heart goes out to you all , here in the uk there are no coal mines left at all maybe one in the whole of uk is working and that is a small privately owned mine, it is not man or coal that causes what they call global warming its a natural secquence of change that mother earth goes through ; coal fired power stations could have smoke filtration systems installed that could take out all gasses and reburn them to make clean burn in the power stations .
How many UMW union bosses directed the men, the membership, men who's dues pays their salary; to vote Democrat. It was not a secret, any dumbass listening to what Ossama/obama would have clearly heard him say "and you're rates will necessarily skyrocket". What was he saying? He was saying that he was going to put a tax on coal fired power plants that would either put them out of business, or force them to spend super large sums of money to switch them to other fuels instead of coal. Do you remember what Hiltabeast said, she said it much more clearly, "I'm going to put coal miners out of business. That BS that the Dems are for the workin man was as much BS 100 years ago as it is now. read your history and look up what Granddaddy Dem FDR did to John L. Lewis, and the UMW in the 1940's.. Keep the union, clean house in the union, keep the union on union business (dealing with the company, and only the company, no union money spent on anything except UMW business not organizing somewhere else the other side of the world, or spent some place to elect Dems. ) vote against the Dems. If you don't you get what you deserve..
So happy President Trump got it. He for the coal mining man.
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Im from South Carolina been driving back and forth to Logan W.v to ride atvs since 1999 ,Starting in 2010 have been going to the Jenkins K.y area to ride also so many of the clips from the video i've been there seen my it self . Time to bring back the coal industry.
I'm a laid off coal miner worked for Sidney coal 12years, then worked at fool's coal on little mud 2yeArs my dad was a coal miner 25 years under his belt he worked along time on frozen creek standards sign and he worked strip job my grand paw worked United Steelers as a miner throughout 1930/40/(50s and on back great,2/3/4th grand fathers all coal miners now I'm without work raising my son on my own force to sell OUR HOME and go were work IS I really didn't think it happened in my life time coal leaving home may GOD bless all the coal miners and specially their families
That one video clip was on penny road right?

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.