Monday, December 27, 2010


New Mingo County School Under Roof

Next fall, Mingo County students will move into a brand new high school as Gilbert, Birch, Matewan and Williamson High Schools and the Mingo County Career Center will all become Mingo Central High School. The $37 million project is already under roof. The building covers 172,000 square feet and is wired for the latest state of the art technology.  The 90 acre site, donated to the county by Alpha Natural Resources and Nicewonder Contracting, is on top of an old surface mine near Williamson and right next to a section of the soon-to-be completed King Coal Highway. The building is set to be finished by June.

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