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Make way for Progress!

August 18, 1972

Nebraska Public Power District's proposed 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant is another example of proliferating energy demands upon a land unmarked and unsullied by the march of "progress."

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Make way for Progress!
Nebraska Public Power District's proposed 600-megawatt coal-fired power plant is another example of proliferating energy demands upon a land unmarked and unsullied by the march of "progress."

Uncommon Westerners

Independence personified
Claude Olson, a weatherbeaten South Dakotan who runs a 28,000-acre ranch, shares his recipes for barbequed beef, as well as his philosophy that he'd "like to prove that it is possible to live your natural lifetime without being subsidized by the taxpayers."

Perspective

A difference in governors
Letters from Gov. Hathaway of Wyoming, Gov. Anderson of Montana, and Gov. Guy of North Dakota respond to the question of how coal resources should be treated in those states.