- Associated Press - Monday, October 12, 2015

HOLDEN, W.Va. (AP) - A Logan County group plans to erect a monument honoring 18 workers killed in a fire at the Holden No. 22 Mine in 1960.

The Logan Banner (https://bit.ly/1L7kJcl ) reports that the monument will be installed on a half-acre plot in the James H. Harless Wood Products Industrial Park near Holden.

The Holden 22 Miners Memorial Committee is raising funds for the memorial project. A monument dedication is planned in 2016.


Information from: The Logan Banner, https://www.loganbanner.com/

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