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West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, center, shakes hands with West Virginia Great Barrel Co. managing partners Tom Crabtree, left, and Philip Cornett following the announcement Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, in Charleston W.Va., that a barrel-making facility will be constructed in White Sulphur Springs. The company that makes whiskey barrels out of white oak wood has been born from efforts to rebuild a devastated West Virginia community following deadly floods. (Chris Dorst/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP)

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice, center, shakes hands with West Virginia Great Barrel Co. managing partners Tom Crabtree, left, and Philip Cornett following the announcement Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, in Charleston W.Va., that a barrel-making facility will be constructed in White Sulphur Springs. The company that makes whiskey barrels out of white oak wood has been born from efforts to rebuild a devastated West Virginia community following deadly floods. (Chris Dorst/Charleston Gazette-Mail via AP)

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