A business owner showed his pride in the American flag in Means, Ky., a small town near Mount Sterling.
A business owner showed his pride in the American flag in Means, Ky., a small town near Mount Sterling. Michael S. Williamson The Washington Post
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    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.