HOLDEN, W.Va. — The West Virginia National Guard has announced a groundbreaking ceremony for Monday at the site of the new Logan-Mingo Readiness Center in Holden.

The 2:30 p.m. ceremony will include the Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, state Adjutant General James Hoyer along with state and local officeholders.

The site is located at 361 22 Mine Road in Holden.

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  • Joe

    Readiness for what?! Is this the same unit that successfully defended Holden during WWII?!

    • Mason County Contrarian

      Yes, and not a single Messerschmidt made it out of there in one piece!

  • DWL

    Just what the area needs what with all the federal cut backs the m0r0n has imposed, much less in the armpit of the state. They'd be better off potting the "Readiness Center" in a federal penn. That's where most of the folks will be.