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Volume #1                             http://www.mountainecho.bizland.com                             Issue#1

Unsung Heroes
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j.t.C. Moore's R.E.S.T
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  Our small but dedicated staff at Mountain Echo are striving to become a valuable asset to the West Virginia Internet community. We fully intend to become a major Internet community site through interaction, contests, West Virginia information and recreation. We offer portal availability through interactive message boards, web based e-mail and web searching options.

  We greatly encourage reader submission in the form of articles, stories and pictures. Our site will  expand into many different directions in order to attract and retain a steady readership. We offer a variety of permission based newsletters to keep our readers informed of additions to the site as well as changes and updates. We offer incentives to joining the newsletters such as hints and tips to entering our contests.

  Our goals include the following. Expansion of the site under our own domain name allowing us faster, more reliable connections. A print edition available on a monthly basis, starting with Monongalia County and expanding with demand. Replacement of affiliate links with West Virginia advertisers. This publication is for West Virginians, made by West Virginians and we hope to be able to offer access to West Virginia Businesses.

Our Staff

Editor/Webmaster Matthew Trout
A former Sterling Faucet employee in Morgantown, I attended Fairmont State College after the layoff. Former Reporter for the Mountain Statesman in Grafton. Former Editor and Composer of the Harrison County Value Guide. Composer of the 1998 Harrison County Fact Book. Maintained a editorial column called "Our Digital Destiny" in both the Guide and the Mountain Statesman. Honored by the Taylor County Chamber of Commerce   for maintaining a Local Business Focal Point in the Mountain Statesman. Former Editor, Composer, Webmaster and Writer for WvOnline.Net, a tech based paper in Clarksburg
Associate Editor Pat Camp
Chief flight Instructor for A C Express, a Morgantown based Part 141 flight school. I absolutely love to fly and I hope it shows. I have been flying now for just under twenty years, beginning when I was as young as you could be, 16 years old. From that point until now, I have flown many different types of aircraft, to many different destinations, met many interesting and entertaining friends, and have experienced more life changing events than I ever imagined possible.I am looking forward to providing the flying and non-flying public alike, with discussions on current topics, training advice and expertise, or entertaining stories.
Photographer/Adventurer David Robinson
  Exploring and Fishing West Virginia since childhood, Dave offers a unique insight into West Virginia's favorite pastime. He is also One Fine Chef!
Associate Editor j.t.C. Moore
  A Professional Hypnotist, "Casey" Moore can teach you simple techniques that you can use for the rest of your life. If you take the little bit of time required to learn these techniques, your daily life-stress can be reduced to a much more manageable level. From the Fairmont, West Virginia area, Casey works with both individuals and groups. Our company, R.E.S.T., has tapes also available for many specific situations, and we are willing to produce tapes for most any situation. You can have more control over stress! Please take the opportunity to check out specific subjects that may interest you. If you wish, you can e-mail me at frazier@wvmail.com and I will try to answer any serious questions personally.


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