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Coal conflict on Tongue River

August 30, 1974

The Decker-Birney Resource Study has identified 285,000 acres of superior coal reserves along the Tongue River in southern Montana, stirring up opposition from local ranchers.

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Coal conflict on Tongue River
The Decker-Birney Resource Study has identified 285,000 acres of superior coal reserves along the Tongue River in southern Montana, stirring up opposition from local ranchers.

Uncommon Westerners

Naturalist Adolph Murie dies
During his 75 years, Adolph Murie wandered through the wilderness from Guatemala to Alaska, living with wolves on Mount McKinley, moose on Isle Royale, elk in the Olympics, and coyotes in Yellowstone.

Perspective

Population -- a perplexing problem
I submit that perhaps in our zeal to prevent the extinction of threatened species we have not sufficiently evaluated the seriousness of the threat to ourselves -- Homo sapiens.