Omaha World-Herald: A proposed rare earth minerals mine in southeast Nebraska won’t need to pump salty water into the Missouri River after all, the mine’s developer said Wednesday. Original plans for the niobium mine planned near Elk Creek, Nebraska, called for building a pipeline, carrying up to 12,000 gallons of salty water per minute, to…
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