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The Norwich Bulletin
'We'll take it from here': Canterbury firefighters mourn death of former assistant chiefthe announcement Thursday of his death. The town’s volunteer fire department a
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
the announcement Thursday of his death. The town’s volunteer fire department announced the death of former Assistant Chief Doug Smith, 63, who was also a longtime member of the Norwich Fire Department. "He was very well-known and well-liked,"... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Suicide attempts have more than doubled in Texas prisonsbut what we're not seeing is what is the system doing to address a rising rate
Houston Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
but what we're not seeing is what is the system doing to address a rising rate and discover some of the root cause," said Doug Smith, a policy analyst with the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition. "You need a system that doesn't just report on trends... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Suicide attempts have more than doubled in Texas prisonsbut what we're not seeing is what is the system doing to address a rising rate
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 days ago
but what we're not seeing is what is the system doing to address a rising rate and discover some of the root cause," said Doug Smith, a policy analyst with the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition. "You need a system that doesn't just report on trends... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Color purple reigns at arts grant awardsseries Jason Smeltzer, $2,100 for a musical ensemble performing original and i
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
series Jason Smeltzer, $2,100 for a musical ensemble performing original and improvised music for classic silent films Doug Smith, $2,550 for interactive, educational musical performances Snow Forge, $2,400 Waverly Community House, $2,250 to... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Newton teacher turns 60th birthday into toy drive for children’s hospitalTeacher Doug Smith and student Kaden Kelso pose with donated stuffed animals in
Newton Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
Teacher Doug Smith and student Kaden Kelso pose with donated stuffed animals in Smith’s classroom at Berg Middle School in Newton on Wednesday afternoon. To celebrate his upcoming 60th birthday Smith has asked for donations of stuffed animals to... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Ginger Rae Johnsontrips to Kenya to provide various medical services. She has gone four or five t
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
trips to Kenya to provide various medical services. She has gone four or five times offering her chiropractic skills. Doug Smith of Ward knows of Johnson's generosity firsthand. An inspector for an insurance company, he also coaches rodeo and... Read more
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The Morning Call
Former CEO who was jailed for coal mining disaster running for Congressslap in our face.” Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
The Morning Call / Posted a month ago
slap in our face.” Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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CBS News
Ex-coal company CEO who went to prison launches Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
CBS News / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face.” Among the first to show up at Thursday’s Senate kickoff eve
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted a month ago
slap in our face.” Among the first to show up at Thursday’s Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KXXV Waco / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
Lake Placid News / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WALB Albany
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WALB Albany / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
Out of prison, former coal exec launches Senate campaignto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KFDA-TV Amarillo
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KFDA-TV Amarillo / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KCBD-TV Lubbock
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KCBD-TV Lubbock / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WQOW Eau Claire
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WQOW Eau Claire / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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New York Daily News
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
New York Daily News / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
WBOC Salisbury / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KHQ Spokane / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Convicted ex-coal CEO woos working class, opening Senate bidto a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was
KTVN Reno / Posted a month ago
to a debate. Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith, a registered Republican living in West Virginia and a Blankenship supporter. Smith said his wife told him about... Read more
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FOX Business
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
FOX Business / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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FOX Business
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
FOX Business / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WSB-TV 2 Atlanta / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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Daily Herald
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
Daily Herald / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Convicted ex-coal CEO launches US Senate bid with town hallslap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff eve
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted a month ago
slap in our face." Among the first to show up at Thursday's Senate kickoff event was retired federal mine safety inspector Doug Smith of Chapmanville, a registered Republican and Blankenship supporter whose wife told him about the meeting after... Read more
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