- Associated Press - Thursday, October 16, 2014

GLEN JEAN, W.Va. (AP) - Interpretive signs are planned at four locations in Fayette County to mark the history of Dunloup Creek area.

Fayette County resource coordinator Kelly Drey tells The Register-Herald (https://bit.ly/1nqoG3v ) that the signs will be located in Glen Jean, Kilsyth, and two sites in Mount Hope.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service will install the signs. The work is expected to be done by next spring.

The conservation service also has agreed to fund a documentary about Glen Jean and Mount Hope’s heritage and flooding history. District conservationist Garry Redden says text for the signs will be drawn from portions of the documentary.

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Information from: The Register-Herald, https://www.register-herald.com

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