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|Monday, April 12, 2010|
Oregon's natural chromite resources in Coos County could put the state in the same league as top producers like South Africa and Turkey.
Oregon Resources Corp. wants to begin sifting through piles of sand in the region later this year, which could eventually lead to the only chromite mine in the U.S.
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