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Two of the largest coal-producing mines in the United States were closed down without warning.
The threat of coal plant closures is making Kemmerer, Wyoming, think closely about diversification.
Wyoming is the state with the most dangerous workplaces.
This week, central bankers, finance ministers and economists from the around the world flew to the mountain resort of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. They’re there for an annual economic symposium hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. One focus…
A new report outlines the challenges the health care system in rural communities faces.
Could there be a uranium boom on the horizon? If there is, it would help coal-heavy Wyoming.
Oil prices are recovering. Oil companies are expanding their U.S. operations. But a skilled worker shortage is not helping.
Under a new administration, this extraction-industry town feels revitalized.
As the energy market dwindles, some are finding new uses for coal.
Philip Anschutz and Warren Buffett, two of America’s richest moguls, see a greener future for the electric grid.