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Tribe members: Noted bison kill site desecrated by coal mine

Seattle Times Saturday, 9 November 2019 ()
Tribe members: Noted bison kill site desecrated by coal mineSARPY CREEK, Montana (AP) — When a coal company contractor working under federal oversight used a backhoe to dig up one of the largest known Native American bison killing grounds and make way for mining, investigators concluded the damage on the Crow Indian Reservation broke federal law and would cost $10 million to repair, according […]
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