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  • FILE - A Jan. 26, 2000 file photo shows the exterior of the West Virginia Independence Hall in downtown Wheeling, W.Va. Independence Hall is one of 150 lesser-known destinations The Appalachian Regional Commission is highlighting on a new 13-state map it hopes will get heritage tourists beyond the well-trod battlefields and into "The Home Front." (AP Photo/The Wheeling News Register, Scott McCloskey, File)

    Temptress for W.Va. tourism

    On one hand, there are battlefields, on the other, there's Belle Boyd, teenage temptress and Confederate spy.

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  • Appalachian Regional Commission federal co-chairman Earl F. Gohl praised Berea for winning the grant and said the project will help develop Berea's local food system while providing a gathering place for the community.

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  • "There's another story here - how people lived, how culture developed," Mr. Gohl said.

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