- A mountain runs through W.Va. college's Appalachian conference
- About 850 participants in the 39th annual Appalachian Studies Association Conference have descended on Shepherdstown this weekend to learn, talk, perform and lecture about life in the 13 states that the storied mountain range runs through.
- Federal Funds to Aid Layoff-Hit Appalachian Coal Communities
- Appalachian coal communities hit hard by layoffs will get $45 million in federal funding to help them diversify their economies, create new jobs and retrain workers. The Appalachian Regional Commission, the White House and the U.S.
- Appalachian Trail moved in Giles County. See how you can enjoy the trail's
- The Appalachian Trail was founded in 1925 but decades later it's still changing. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy, the Roanoke Appalachian Trail Club and the United States Forest Service have relocated a mile stretch of the trail near Perisburg.
- New portion of Appalachian Trail opens in Giles County
- Hiking just got a lot more scenic in Giles County. Friday afternoon a new portion of the Appalachian Trail officially opened near the historic Pearis Cemetery along route 100 in Pearisburg.
- Roundup: Federal funds to aid Appalachian coal communities; TransCanada to buy
- Appalachian coal communities hit hard by layoffs will get $45 million in federal funding to help them diversify their economies, create jobs and retrain workers. The Appalachian Regional Commission, the White House and the Department of Commerce ...
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