Logging halts after damage to archaeological site

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Posted: Thursday, May 2, 2013 12:00 am

CHESTER, Calif. (AP) - A Native American group is clashing with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. and state officials over logging at a site in Northern California.

PG&E Corp. has announced plans to suspend logging at the 368-acre site in the Humbug Valley after reports that a Maidu Indian archaeological site was damaged, the Sacramento Bee reported on Thursday (http://bit.ly/10u1lvt).

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