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Corridor H

Legislators view model of highway

April 13, 2013

Local economic leaders from a seven-county region gathered in Charleston Friday to lobby for the completion of Corridor H — and garnered pledges of support from state lawmakers....

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Chameleon333

Apr-16-13 8:30 PM

Well, the IM has censored the use of the word that denotes a poppy seed based drug that is manufactured widely in Afganistan and the Middle East. Starts with H. You gotta figure it out. Hooray for censorship. Uuugghhhh

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Chameleon333

Apr-16-13 8:28 PM

******e

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Chameleon333

Apr-16-13 8:27 PM

I recall several locals being busted in he last few years for traveling from Elkins, Mill Creek, etc. to Baltimore and Cleveland to get large quantities of ****** to bring back here to use and sell. One that sold ****** at the Mill Creek city park. The "city problems" are already here. A two lane drug pipeline works the same as a four lane one does.

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PotBelly

Apr-15-13 2:59 PM

If ignorance is bliss ... you people must be the happiest people on the face of the earth!

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MamaButterfly

Apr-15-13 11:30 AM

People from other states are going to visit regardless if Corridor H is completed. As far as drug traffic increasing, residents in Elkins seem to make it all on their own, so the drugs would be leaving Elkins, not coming in. I lived in the DC Metro area for 23 years and never feared my next door neighbor had a meth lab going like I do here. We can look back at the past 30 years, but that won't prove anything. Crime rates are going up everywhere, especially in small towns because "there is nothing better to do".

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SPRUCEKNOB

Apr-14-13 9:11 PM

Build It. If it saves one life on Allegheny Mountain it will be worth it.

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