Sharon Lewis, left, and her husband Terry, a former coal miner who got hurt in a roof fall, are helping run a small market at Lynch that just opened four month ago. Terry Lewis said business dropped after coal layoffs in the area.
Sharon Lewis, left, and her husband Terry, a former coal miner who got hurt in a roof fall, are helping run a small market at Lynch that just opened four month ago. Terry Lewis said business dropped after coal layoffs in the area.
Sharon Lewis, left, and her husband Terry, a former coal miner who got hurt in a roof fall, are helping run a small market at Lynch that just opened four month ago. Terry Lewis said business dropped after coal layoffs in the area.

Kentucky's miners watch coal debate closely

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