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Working With Addiction: A Popsicle Plant Helps To Lick The Opioid Crisis

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If you’ve ever enjoyed a Budget Saver twin popsicle on a hot summer day, you can thank the employees of the Ziegenfelder frozen treat factory in Wheeling, West Virginia. Floor operator Sonny Baxter keeps the line of popsicles going in the cherry-scented worksite. “You have to have a comprehension of how the line works, how… Read More

🔈 #457SEO: Everything Old is Nuclear

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Ohio Valley ReSoucre reporter Nicole Erwin recently did a story titled “Nuclear Option: Officials Hope Old Facility Can Fuel Growth” about how officials in Kentucky are looking to the future of their site in the Paducah/Portsmouth Project for economic development. In this episode of #457SEO, the WOUB News team tried to find out what was… Read More

Committee Hears More About Deadly Black Lung Resurgence

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While President Trump is wrapping up a week of energy talks in Washington highlighting the benefits of coal, health and industry experts met in Morgantown, West Virginia, to discuss the resurgence of black lung disease among miners. Health researchers have called the recent rates of dust-induced lung disease in coal miners historically unparalleled. Congress has… Read More