Category: News

Circuit Court Judge Robert Irons hears arguments

On October 23, 2018, Circuit Court Judge Robert Irons heard arguments in Summers County Circuit Court, concerning Mountain Valley Pipelines Natural Stream Preservation Act Permit to cross the Greenbrier River. Plaintiffs in the case...

Following Permit Suspension, MVP Barred from All Water Crossings

Following Permit Suspension, MVP Barred from All Water Crossings

Story and Photo By Brittany Patterson • Oct 23, 2018   A major natural gas pipeline under construction in West Virginia and Virginia cannot continue construction under streams, rivers and wetlands across its entire...

U.S. Supreme Court Asked to Hear Pipeline Case

  U.S. Supreme Court is asked to hear pipeline eminent domain case By Laurence Hammack laurence.hammack @roanoke.com 981-3239   A group of landowners whose property was taken against their wishes for a natural gas...

MVP Pipes Float Away

Flood carries a piece of the Mountain Valley Pipeline into the hands of opposing landowner By Laurence Hammack laurence.hammack@roanoke.com 981-3239 Oct 12, 2018 It’s one thing for rain to wash mud and sediment away...

MVP Destruction Zone Sign Erected at Pence Springs

10.19.18 Wednesday morning, October 17, 2018, the Summers County Residents Against the Pipeline erected the MVP Destruction Zone Sign and a beautiful Water Flag on the sign at the Pence Springs River Crossing. Pictured...

Jenkins Declines to Step Aside in Natural Gas Case

Another West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Declines to Step Aside in Another Natural Gas Case A lawyer who represented new Supreme Court Justice Evan Jenkins is on the legal team representing the natural gas...

MVP pellets rain down on organic farm

WVVA (Summers County) A pelleted substance rained down on a farmer and his children while harvesting ginseng on their property near Grassy Meadows. Neal Laferriere owns Blackberry Botanicals, an organic certified farm that sits...