Coal, climate change clash in Colstrip

Great Falls Tribune: Ashley Dennehy, 24, left this town of 2,300 to go to college, but coal and the quality of life it fuels brought her back. Schools are great. A stone's throw from the Yellowstone River, recreational opportunities abound. Then there's the jobs. Dennehy's husband, a mechanical engineer at the Rosebud Coal Mine, earns more than $70,000 a year. That's more than the state's median household income of $46,230, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. "Where are you going to find that?" said Dennehy,......

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