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Mildred Ervin, right, the widow of Burton Ervin, is comforted by Becky Sullivan, executive director of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce/New River Gorge CVB, on Saturday, as a sign honoring Burton’s memory was unveiled in Oak Hill.

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The West Virginia Division of Tourism has erected giant Almost Heaven swings at several locations around the state, including Babcock State Park, where visitors may take photos to share to social media. Photos may be tagged #AlmostHeaven.

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