The controversial pile of uranium tailings next to the
Colorado River near Moab, Utah, may finally be moved.
by Lisa Church,
Jan 31, 2000
Local Navajos lead the fight against Hydro Resources
Inc.'s plan to leach uranium from groundwater at three sites on or
near the Navajo Reservation.
by Cate Gilles,
Sep 30, 1996
A permit for an inactive mine may be renewed.
by Krista Langlois,
Sep 02, 2013
Hydro Resources, Inc. wants to open three new uranium
mines near Crownpoint, N.M., but opponents on and off the nearby
Navajo Reservation say the mines threaten groundwater and human
by Andy Lenderman,
Dec 06, 1999
The Energy Department is calling for public comment on its
plans to clean up a 130-acre pile of uranium tailings and
contaminated soils just upstream from Moab, Utah, on the Colorado
by Deanna Belch,
Dec 20, 2004
The Department of Energy finally agrees to move the Atlas
uranium mine tailings pile away from Moab, Utah, and the flood risk
of the Colorado River.
by Matt Jenkins,
May 02, 2005
With prices rising and government support, uranium mining
is booming in western Colorado
by J.M. McCord,
Jun 13, 2005
The Navajo Nation has banned uranium mining on the
reservation, but that may not stop an already-approved mining
by Laura Paskus,
Jun 13, 2005
Radioactive disposal sites and other residuals of the bomb era.
by Tay Wiles,
Dec 29, 2013
In northern Colorado, ranchette owners are scrambling to
fight a proposal for uranium mining.
by Jodi Peterson,
Oct 01, 2007