Coal decline hits fuel's Western stronghold

By MATTHEW BROWN Published: January 26, 2013
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Hundreds of millions of tons of coal, packed into seams up to 60 feet thick, are still to be had beneath the rock-strewn hillsides speckled with snow that rise up along the remote Montana-Wyoming border.

Yet for Mike Cooley,...

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