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Mining board members split on issue

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By Bob Mercer

Capitol Correspondent

PIERRE -- Wharf Resources wants to use its parent company's net worth as financial assurance against cyanide pollution and post-closure problems at its Black Hills gold mine.

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That's what company officials told the state Board of Minerals and Environment Thursday.

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