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‘Storming Heaven’ Underway at WVU Creative Arts Center

Musical brings to life the history of the West Virginia Coal Wars

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Following a sold-out staged reading in January, “Storming Heaven: The Musical” has returned to Morgantown for its fully-staged world premiere. 479 more words

West Virginia

Saltwire's The News: ‘Every day when they went to work, they might not come home'

Saltwire’s The News: ‘Every day when they went to work, they might not come home’. “Stellarton Museum of industry set to launch online database naming 2500 men who died in Nova Scotia coal mines.”

New Resources

Lung disease screening for Qld coal miners

The North West Star 6 June 2019

Efforts to better detect black lung disease in Queensland’s 38,000 coal workers will get a funding boost in next week’s state budget.  103 more words

Environmental Toxicology

Estevan, Sask. preparing for coal phase-out putting hundreds of jobs at risk

Coal has been a major part of Estevan, Saskatchewan’s identity for more than a century. Now, The Energy City is preparing for the resource to take on a lower profile. 964 more words


Ohanaeze Youths Solicit For Enugu Airport Upgrade, Revival of Coal Mining

The Enugu State chapter of Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC) has commended the efforts of the Ministry of Works under the Federal Government in the ongoing construction of 2nd River Niger Bridge, and repair works going on across the numerous federal roads in Igbo land. 438 more words