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COLSTRIP, Mont. — Out in these windy stretches of cottonwood and prairie grass, not far from where Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer ran into problems at Little Bighorn, a new battle is unfolding over what future energy development in the West will...
WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency has delayed indefinitely a much-anticipated final rule limiting greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants. Proposed a year ago, the rule was the first to set limits on carbon dioxide...
BILLINGS, Mont. - Environmental groups are calling for a moratorium on coal leasing in the Powder River Basin of Montana and Wyoming until the federal government reviews the program. Representatives of 21 groups including Greenpeace and the Sierra...
ReutersHOUSTON, April 24 (Reuters) - More high-quality pipe and more workers are needed to complete Southern Co's coal-gasification plant in Kemper County, Mississippi, by a 2014 deadline, company executives said on Wednesday. Atlanta-based Southern Co said...
When officials in suburban Des Plaines read about the hazards of spreading cancer-causing coal tar on playgrounds, parking lots and driveways, they moved to join other communities across the nation that have banned pavement sealants made with the...
TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — The nation's last operating coal-fired ferryboat would stop dumping waste ash into Lake Michigan within two years under a deal with federal regulators announced Friday. The agreement between Lake Michigan Carferry, which...
L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will be coal-free within 12 years under a new plan announced Tuesday....
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERPBS Coals representatives presented the Somerset County General Authority with a $213,000 royalty check Tuesday at the county commissioners’ regular meeting. “We have more coming but we don’t know how much,” PBS land manager John...
email@example.comSTANFORD — It was a cold and slow morning for traffic on westbound U.S. 150 between Stanford and Danville Wednesday, after a semi-truck carrying a full load of coal overturned on the slick roads. Stanford Fire Chief Scott Maples said the driver of...
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Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacCAIRNBROOK — About 20 coal miners attended the Shade-Central City school board meeting Monday to contest proposed higher taxes on coal reserves. The reassessment could result in about $80,000 of additional tax revenue — or about 1.5 mills...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Property, Conservation
After winning exemptions from environmental laws for more than a decade, owners of the last coal-powered steamship on the Great Lakes agreed Friday to a court-enforced deadline to stop dumping toxic pollution into Lake Michigan. But the proposed legal...
Fourteen high school students from the Coal Country Hangout have been researching their own backyard. Through the direction of Deacon Ann Staples, executive director of the Coal Country Youth Center, the students discovered that the coal town of Moss...
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