Flashback: What Happened on July 14, ....
• 1921 Senate Committee on Education and Labor began in investigation of the violence in the West Virginia coal fields.
• 1946 WMON - AM radio went on the air, the first radio station in Montgomery, Fayette County.
• 1969 The Executive Committee of the Bituminous Coal Operators Association dismissed president George Judy and appointed Guy Farmer to succeed him on an interim basis.
• 1969 WMUL - TV television station, a Public Broadcasting System station, went on the air in Huntington, in association with Marshall University. It later changed its call letters to WPBY - TV.
• 1992 West Virginia Governor Gaston Caperton and United States Senator “Jay” Rockefeller addressed the Democratic National Convention at Madison Square Garden in New York city.