BIG SKY, Montana — News of its development whipped up an unprecedented furor of environmental tongue-lashing. And yet here in these environs — where pristine salmon streams burble through crisp Rocky Mountain air — it's rare to pass anyone on any local street not piloting something big — and presumably not-so-“green.” It seems the truck reigns supreme here, even as the public's told the truck is the scourge of places like these. So given a couple months for the hubbub to lull, Ford Motor Co. ...

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