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Archeologists dig for points, paydirt

October 31, 1980

Requirements that energy companies inventory archeological sites when they disturb public lands are creating plenty of good-paying jobs for archeologists.

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Archeologists dig for points, paydirt
Requirements that energy companies inventory archeological sites when they disturb public lands are creating plenty of good-paying jobs for archeologists.

News

Tribes hold energy hostage in battle for control
Three Indian tribes in North Dakota have adopted seismic exploration regulations, issued permits and hired Indian guides for oil developers, all to address a lack of authority by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Powder River's new rail track moves forward despite foes
Chicago and North Western Transportation Corp. is inching its locomotives towards the coal fields of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. But local ranchers, Wyoming's governor and the powerful Burlington Northern Railroad are all trying to keep it out.