News

Kentucky Coal Mining Town Is Now Making A Comeback

They are making a comeback with a new sense of optimism after being almost decimated by the Obama regime.

Fox News:

Hazard, Kentucky is one of those small coal-mining towns with one main road snaking through the hollow. Both sides of the road are lined with a handful of retail stores and restaurants. The windows on about half of those stores are now covered with newspaper. The signs out front say, “closed.”

That’s what happens in a one-industry town when the president turns against that industry. Carla Hall at tiny Feltner’s Barbershop, right on the main road, knows that too well.

“My business went down tremendously,” she said.

Like Carla, everyone in town, from the insurance salesman to the waitress at the coffee shop, is ultimately connected to money that comes out of the mine.

“When they start getting laid off, they stretch out the haircuts,” she said.  More

Thug With 30 Prior Arrests Steals Ambulance & Runs Over EMT Killing Mother Of 5 (Video)
Previous post

Thug With 30 Prior Arrests Steals Ambulance & Runs Over EMT Killing Mother Of 5 (Video)

Evidence In General Michael Flynn Investigation: All Roads Lead To Hillary
Next post

Evidence In General Michael Flynn Investigation: All Roads Lead To Hillary

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.