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High Country News September 23, 1991

How a Montana reporter wrote what he saw ... and lost his job

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How a Montana reporter wrote what he saw ... and lost his job

Missoulian reporter Richard Manning told how the logging business in Montana had taken a brutal turn that would punish the land, the local economy, and the small-time loggers and mills.

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Foes try to swamp wetlands protection

Environmentalists are calling a new Bush administration proposal the undoing of wetlands protection in the West.

Forest Service tries to force out top official

Environmentalists in Montana and Idaho say hard-liners in Washington, D.C., forced out a reform-minded manager John Mumma, the top Forest Service official in the Northern Rockies.

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