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11:01am

Wed January 22, 2014
Business

East Texans protest opening of Keystone pipeline's southern leg

Farmer Julia Trigg Crawford has watched the pipeline being built in her pasture in Direct, Texas.
Credit Kate Archer Kent

An East Texas organization will protest TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline Wednesday. NacSTOP aims to draw attention to the dangers of transporting tar sands crude. The group was organized three years ago to stall construction on the Keystone XL Pipeline that runs from Cushing, Okla., to refineries along the Gulf Coast.

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8:38am

Tue July 30, 2013
Local

Texas landowner presses on in legal battle against TransCanada

Credit Kate Archer Kent

Northeast, Texas farmer Julia Trigg Crawford resumes her legal battle today against Keystone XL pipeline builder TransCanada. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments in the case about whether TransCanada is entitled to the power of eminent domain to build the southern leg of the pipeline under construction from Cushing, Okla., to the Gulf Coast refineries. Crawford says she’s not backing down.

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9:25am

Fri August 10, 2012
Local

Northeast Texas farmer continues fight against TransCanada

Farmer Julia Trigg Crawford stands in the pasture where TransCanada plans to put a segment of its Keystone XL Gulf Coast pipeline.
Kate Archer Kent

A legal clash over landowner rights in Texas comes to a head at the Lamar County Courthouse in Paris. Julia Trigg Crawford of Direct is challenging TransCanada's ability to condemn her land in order to build the 500-mile Keystone XL Gulf Coast pipeline. Supporters of landowner rights intend to pack the courtroom.

9:26am

Tue March 6, 2012
Local

East Texas farmer fundraises for TransCanada court battle

Julia Trigg Crawford of Direct, Texas, launched a Web site soliciting donations for her court battle over eminent domain with TransCanada, which plans to lay a portion of the Keystone XL pipeline through her farm.

8:37am

Thu January 19, 2012
Politics

East Texas environmentalist: Keystone XL fight isn't over

A view of construction of the Keystone I pipeline in Oct. 2009 in Marshall County, South Dakota.
South Dakota Tar Sands Pipelines Kent Moeckly

East Texans are reacting to President Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline. David Daniel of Winnsboro, Texas, says TransCanada may now hone in on building one section from Cushing, Okla., to Port Arthur, Texas.