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Sandpiper hearing does little to clear up pipeline's future

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The proposed Sandpiper oil pipeline project got more complex Thursday, Aug. 7, as the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission approved moving forward with both the original and an alternative pipeline route.

The original route proposed by Canada-based Enbridge would run from near Tioga in northwest North Dakota to just south of Grand Forks, N.D., then cross the Red River to an existing terminal in Clearbrook, Minn., on its way to Superior, Wis., going through part of Cass County.

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Robb Jeffries
Robb Jeffries is a freelance journalist for Forum News Service. A graduate of the University of North Dakota, Jeffries has spent time in the Grand Forks Herald newsroom as a copy editor, clerk and reporter in the news and sports sections. 
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