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In honor of the miners killed, one of the last tons of coal taken from Monongah No. 63 mine has been encased in brick at St. Barbara's Memorial Nursing Home.

About Us

Incorporated in 1891 by Circuit Court. Name abbreviated from Monongahela, the river formed by the junction of the West Fork and Tygart Rivers a few miles north of the town.

Population, 939; elevation, 873 feet; volunteer fire department; elections held every two years on the second Tuesday in June; officials take office July first.

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