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For warmth, some rural households still burn coal

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — Monte Miller shovels a load of coal into a bucket and makes the short journey from his storage shed to his home on the edge of Bayfield, joking aloud that his wife likes to keep the temperature at a steady 75 degrees.

"But we don't have any problem doing that with coal," Miller said.


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