WILLIAMSON, W.Va. -- Churches may be the only thing more common in this Mingo County community than blue signs with red trim reading, "Trump: Make America Great Again." Ever since anyone in southern West Virginia can remember, there have been two constants in these hills of Appalachia: God and coal. Hard times have found the latter. Mining attire -- heavy-duty blue cotton ringed in fluorescent strips -- might still flutter on clotheslines, but Mingo County is down to a few dozen mines run by just a few hundred miners. Only one presidential candidate is promising a revival.