Company to use Wyoming loan to begin uranium production
Uranerz Energy Corp. officials said the $20 million loan through the Wyoming Industrial Development Revenue Bond program will allow the Casper-based uranium mining company to . . .
Study says it will take 6 years, $4.5M for Wyoming to regulate uranium
Wyoming legislators and the uranium mining industry want to put regulation of that industry in the state's hands, and a study ordered by the Legislature . . .
Shuttering of coal-fired power plant resounds in Utah community
Coal has long been the driving economic force in eastern Utah, but with the coal-fired Carbon Power Plant slated for closure by 2015, and production . . .
Groups protest Oregon's handling of megaload permit
At a meeting Monday of meeting of an Oregon Department of Transportation advisory panel, representatives of communities and tribes along the path of proposed transport . . .
Low price of gold prompts layoffs at Montana mine
Thirteen employees will be given voluntary buyouts at the Golden Sunlight Mine in Montana as the mine reduces personnel to deal with the declining price . . .
Owner of Montana mine reincorporates as U.S. company
The owner of the Troy Mine in western Montana, Revett Minerals, Inc., was originally incorporated in Canada, but now the company is incorporating in the . . .
Two miners die, 20 injured in incident at Colorado mine
Carbon monoxide poisoning was cited as the cause of two miners' deaths at Star Mine's Revenue-Virginius Mine, six miles south of Ouray, and 20 other . . .