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The places we call home: Former Coal Run School

July 20, 2013

COAL RUN — The bell in the tower atop Jean Worstell’s home in Coal Run still rings — so she’s been told. “The bell will work,” said Worstell, 72....

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littlepig

Jul-20-13 11:56 AM

I love this type of story. I began school on Eight Mile (county rd 9) in a similar school. I wasn't old enough for school but begged to go so daddy asked the teacher (his aunt) and she accepted me conditionally. I had to behave and keep up. It was mostly neighbors and cousins and I loved it. She gave me a life long love of learning.

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howcanthisbe

Jul-20-13 12:39 PM

Not to be confused with Coal Run Road in Reno.

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voiceofreason1

Jul-20-13 11:59 PM

Although the "Upper Eight Mile" school is gone, the "Lower Eight Mile" school still stands and is now a private home.

I wish this type of article would be turned into a series so more historic buildings could be explored!

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