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Bend Bulletin
By Stephen Hamway
Monday, August 13, 2018

Deep Creek restoration to make river less ‘monotonous’

The Tulsa World
By Kelly Bostian
Saturday, August 11, 2018

Fish at risk: Lower Illinois River water flow has declined too much, group says

Anchorage Dispatch News
By Nelli Williams
Saturday, June 23, 2018
This Saturday, June 23, anglers from around the world will celebrate the inauguration of a holiday Alaskans can certainly get behind — World Fishing Day. My husband, two young children and I will be celebrating this fishy holiday from our boat, enjoying the long June daylight seeking out a few fish and playing on gravel bars.
Anchorage Dispatch News
By Alex DeMarban
Friday, May 25, 2018
A large mining company is backing out of an agreement that would have made it a major funding partner for the embattled Pebble copper and gold prospect, raising questions about the project's future.
E&E News
By Dylan Brown
Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Critics of the proposed Pebble mine this week renewed their pressure on a Canadian mining company to drop its investment in the controversial Alaska project.


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