Floyd Countian Rick Handshoe used a conductivity meter to test water in Raccoon Creek in front of his home below a mine  sediment pond built by Miller Brothers Coal, which is now Laurel Mountain Resources.
Floyd Countian Rick Handshoe used a conductivity meter to test water in Raccoon Creek in front of his home below a mine sediment pond built by Miller Brothers Coal, which is now Laurel Mountain Resources.
Floyd Countian Rick Handshoe used a conductivity meter to test water in Raccoon Creek in front of his home below a mine sediment pond built by Miller Brothers Coal, which is now Laurel Mountain Resources.

Water quality, coal jobs at issue in mountains

January 04, 2011 12:00 AM