Alaska village fights gas exploration
Sleetmute files opposition papers in Anchorage Superior Court; appeal holds up DNR license for Holitna Energy Co.
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An Interior Alaska village is challenging a proposed natural gas exploration license for the Holitna basin.
A lawyer for the Native Village of Sleetmute, a community of 72 people on the Kuskokwim River about 10 miles northwest of the 26,791-acre license area, on Feb. 10 filed papers in Superior Cour....
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