CURE worried mercury levels in fish near Monte, Granite Falls are from Big Stone power plant
MONTEVIDEO -- A local environmental organization is charging that mercury levels in fish sampled in the Granite Falls and Montevideo area are higher than in fish tested elsewhere in the Minnesota River.
Clean Up our River Environment is urging that research be conducted to determine if emissions from the Big Stone power plant are responsible, said Patrick Moore, executive director of the citizens' group.
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