Moundsville

Moundsville,

city (1990 pop. 10,753), seat of Marshall co., W.Va., in the Northern Panhandle, on the Ohio River; settled 1771, inc. 1865. Coal was once the chief industry, and some is still mined. Manufactures include asphalt, roofing materials, petroleum calcined coke, and hygiene products. There is agriculture, and livestock and poultry are raised. Moundsville is the site of the expansive Grave Creek Native American Burial Mound.
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The West Virginia Public Service Commission has released a final order sanctioning the siting certificate for Moundsville Power LLC to build a 549MW combined-cycle natural gas power plant in Marshall County.
One of his most notable contributions was spearheading, together with other leaders in the community, the movement to transfer the West Virginia state penitentiary from Moundsville to the Mount Olive Correctional Facility in the Montgomery area.
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On 3 May 2012, the 508th Military Police Battalion (Internment /Resettlement), Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, sent a corrections emergency response team (CERT) of eight Soldiers and leaders to Moundsville, West Virginia, to train and compete in the annual West Virginia Department of Corrections Mock Prison Riot, which is held at the old West Virginia State Penitentiary.
ON A COLD, WINDY DAY IN OCTOBER, equipped with nothing but a pen and some 3x5 inch notecards, I toured Moundsville Penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia, bent on writing an article.
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In the third part of the book, Fones-Wolf describes and analyzes these changes in great detail in case studies of three glass towns representing the three main branches of West Virginia's glass industry: Moundsville (table ware), Clarksburg (window glass), and Fairmont (bottles and containers).
Behind bars, first at the state penitentiary in Moundsville, West Virginia--the feds were overcrowded--and later at the federal prison in Atlanta, Georgia, Debs became a model prisoner.
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