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  • Historic coal town celebrating 100th birthday

    Lynch resident Mike O'Bradovich talks about the 100th birthday of the historic Harlan County coal town.

Lynch resident Mike O'Bradovich talks about the 100th birthday of the historic Harlan County coal town. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
Lynch resident Mike O'Bradovich talks about the 100th birthday of the historic Harlan County coal town. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

It was the world’s largest company coal town. As it turns 100, it fights to stay alive.

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