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Digging up the West for shipment to Japan

June 13, 1980

Western states band together to open the door to mammoth coal exports to Pacific Basin countries, a trend driven by federal trade policies.

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Digging up the West for shipment to Japan
Western states band together to open the door to mammoth coal exports to Pacific Basin countries, a trend driven by federal trade policies.

News

In situ uranium project springs leak, but pumps again
The fate of Wyoming's first commercial-size in situ uranium mine remains uncertain following a Nuclear Regulatory Commission decision giving the operation 90 days to prove it can operate without polluting ground water near Buffalo, Wyo.
Western Peregrine revival ahead?
If all goes well, peregrine falcons raised near Salt Lake City will reach breeding age and return to historic nest sites on the Wasatch Range to the east.