FootPrints for Peace walk down Ky. 114 in Floyd County to protest mountaintop removal coal mining Feb. 3. The group plans to join the "I Love Mountains" rally today in Frankfort.
FootPrints for Peace walk down Ky. 114 in Floyd County to protest mountaintop removal coal mining Feb. 3. The group plans to join the "I Love Mountains" rally today in Frankfort. Dori Hjalmarson | Staff
FootPrints for Peace walk down Ky. 114 in Floyd County to protest mountaintop removal coal mining Feb. 3. The group plans to join the "I Love Mountains" rally today in Frankfort. Dori Hjalmarson | Staff

From mountains to Frankfort, marchers focus on mining

February 04, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 14, 2011 01:47 AM

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