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Group appeals coal lease based on reclamation concerns

A local landowner and agriculture group have filed an appeal against a federal plan to lease 429 million tons of coal to the Antelope mine along the borders of Converse and Campbell counties. State regulators have determined that the mine "continues to fall further behind on meeting contemporaneous reclamation criteria" according to the Powder River Basin Resource Council, which filed the appeal Monday.Click here for the full story from the Casper Star-Tribune.