When the Goodall plant opened in Danville during the Great Depression in the 1930s, it was important to the local economy because it created more than 500 jobs, mostly for women. This archival photo shows women working on the sewing line.
When the Goodall plant opened in Danville during the Great Depression in the 1930s, it was important to the local economy because it created more than 500 jobs, mostly for women. This archival photo shows women working on the sewing line. Photo courtesy of the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership
When the Goodall plant opened in Danville during the Great Depression in the 1930s, it was important to the local economy because it created more than 500 jobs, mostly for women. This archival photo shows women working on the sewing line. Photo courtesy of the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership

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  • Viral video: Coal miner sings national anthem before crew goes underground

    West Virginia coal miner Josh Stowers sings the national anthem during the crew’s daily safety meeting. Thousands have watched the video after Shane Wriston posted it on Facebook. “There is no kneeling in this bath house… and we appreciate Josh volunteering to sing after the meeting,” Wriston wrote.