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Quiet Stillwater disturbed by platinum plant

October 5, 1979

As mining companies sniff around a huge platinum deposit along Montana's Beartooth Mountain front, locals and state wildlife officials are wondering whether the ranching, hunting, fishing and scenery will be displaced by tunnels, roads and smelters.

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Quiet Stillwater disturbed by platinum plant
As mining companies sniff around a huge platinum deposit along Montana's Beartooth Mountain front, locals and state wildlife officials are wondering whether the ranching, hunting, fishing and scenery will be displaced by tunnels, roads and smelters.

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Ranchers' group demands legal lasso for wild horses
With the unexpected blessing of a wild horse advocate and several environmentalists, a rancher group has filed suit to force the, federal government to thin wild horse herds in southwest Wyoming.
U.S. Steel urges workers: fight EPA air regs
U.S. Steel has set Lander, Wyoming, astir by announcing that unless the Environmental Protection Agency relaxes its requirements for air pollution controls at the company's mill in Utah, it will have to close both the mill and its Wyoming mine.
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