WESTERN WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Sand mine company fined $200,000 by state
MADISON - For the first time, a frac-sand mining company in western Wisconsin is paying a large fine for causing pollution. The state Justice Department said yesterday that Preferred Sands of Pennsylvania will pay $200,000 for causing mud to flow into a stream and neighboring properties at Blair in Trempealeau County.
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