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Mineral could be hazardous Health Department looks for area volunteers to take part in study

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A mineral that occurs naturally in several gravel pits in Stark, Dunn and Billings counties is the subject of a study. The mineral is also in gravel used on area roads.

Scott Radig, from the North Dakota Department of Health, appeared before the Stark County Commission Thursday to talk about erionite in western North Dakota.

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