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Northern Tier oil pipe likely to go if dollars flow

September 21, 1979

The 1,500-mile Northern Tier pipeline, which would transport Alaskan crude oil from Port Angeles, Wash. to Clearbrook, Minn., is expected to be approved by Interior Secretary Cecil Andrus and President Carter.

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Northern Tier oil pipe likely to go if dollars flow
The 1,500-mile Northern Tier pipeline, which would transport Alaskan crude oil from Port Angeles, Wash. to Clearbrook, Minn., is expected to be approved by Interior Secretary Cecil Andrus and President Carter.
The gentle, genial man behind the Wilderness Act
Howard Zahniser, although lesser known than Bob Marshall or John Muir, was an unlikely and humble champion of wilderness who rallied the nation behind the Wilderness Act of 1964.

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Future uncertain for Hart's 'boomtown' bill
Citing Craig, Colo. and Rock Springs and Gillette, Wyo. as some of the most extreme examples of communities stressed by rapid development of their energy resources, Sen. Gary Hart is pressing for federal aid to these and other boom towns.