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High Country News January 02, 1989

In southern Utah: Voters reject an industrial future


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In southern Utah: Voters reject an industrial future

By a two-to-one margin, Grand County residents voted down a toxic waste incinerator slated for the all-but-abandoned railroad town of Cisco.


Don't waste us, say Nevada and Utah

Although the proposed Cisco toxic waste incinerator was rejected by Grand County voters, Utah still faces major decisions on toxic waste disposal.


Here's a chance to win back the West's rivers

The war for surface water in the intermountain West will likely be won or lost in battles before a single federal agency -- the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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