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12/03/2004

Massey plans to reopen mines SCAB

Massey Energy Co. plans to start production within the next several weeks at a Kanawha County (West Virginia) mine it bought from bankrupt Horizon Natural Resources Co., Massey officials have announced.

Massey expects to produce approximately 800,000 tons in 2005 from its Mammoth Coal Co. operation, Massey CEO Don Blankenship said Thursday in a news release. (MORE>>>)

If you live in the Kanawha County area, show your support for the striking UMWA miners who lost their jobs because of the Horizon bankruptcy case and send a message to Massey that reopening the mine scab is an injustice.

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