Subscribe Register Login
Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 5:56 p.m.

No tap water not rare in rural W.Va.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The chemical spill in January that contaminated drinking water for 300,000 West Virginians around Charleston has brought national attention to issues of water safety. But many rural West Virginians outside the reach of the spill have been living without tap water for drinking for months — some for years.

Click here to login or subscribe below.

photo.caption|escapejs

Photographs by The Charleston Daily Mail

Archive Purchase Required

Stories older than 7-days are available in our extensive story library.

This story is only available from the Arkansas Online archives. Stories can be purchased individually after you register with the archive library. Contact the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette library at (501) 378-3851 with the section, date and page information below, if you are unable to locate this story.

  • Headline: No tap water not rare in rural W.Va.
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 5 on 03/02/2014
Search Archives
Benefits icon

Stay InformedKnow more about what's going on in the world, in Arkansas and in your own neighborhood.

Save MoneyThousands of dollars in savings every day with deals from our local advertisers, Arkansas' largest classifieds section and our huge Sunday coupon package.

Be EntertainedFrom movies and arts to sports and things to do on the weekend, you'll never miss out on great events and entertainment.

Available all the timeRead when you want, how you want. Access all of our coverage in print, online, on your smartphone or on your tablet computer with your subscription.

Smart DecisionsReading the newspaper gives you information that helps you make smart decisions for you and your family. Subscribing to the newspaper is an investment in yourself.