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

October 15, 2012 06:02 PM

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