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Northern Cheyenne tribe wins Class I air quality

August 12, 1977

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved the Northern Cheyenne Indian tribe's request for Class I -- the most stringent classification -- air quality for its reservation, a decision that could have a major impact on nearby construction of the Colstrip power plant units 3 and 4.

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Northern Cheyenne tribe wins Class I air quality
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved the Northern Cheyenne Indian tribe's request for Class I -- the most stringent classification -- air quality for its reservation, a decision that could have a major impact on nearby construction of the Colstrip power plant units 3 and 4.
John Muir: a cultural hero lost in his mythology
John Muir, the legendary preservationist who wandered the Sierra Nevada, tends to be viewed as a hero dressed in simple guise; a closer look shows him as a complex man, like the rest of us capable of gloom and hesitation.

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