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Arch Coal posts $97 million loss in third quarter amid Wall Street concerns over debt

October 29, 2014 in News

Arch Coal posted a $97 million third-quarter loss on Tuesday, as the St. Louis mining firm sought to allay Wall Street concerns over the compa… Read Full Story... continue reading

In precedent-setting move, Converse County denies Chesapeake exemption

October 28, 2014 in News

Converse County recently rejected Chesapeake Energy's bid to earn a tax exemption for pollution controls on its flaring equipment in a move.. Read Full Story... continue reading

Google names Cheyenne Cowboy State’s digital capital

October 27, 2014 in News

Cheyenne business owners are the best at working the Internet to their advantage, according to search-engine leader Google. Read Full Story... continue reading

Mead touts progress at broadband summit

October 24, 2014 in News

About 200 industry professionals and state officials attended a summit highlighting Wyoming's successes and challenges in expanding Internet speeds and access across the state. The annual Wyoming Broadband Summit was held Tuesday in Cheyenne. Read Full Story... continue reading

Two sites near Rock Springs listed as historical

October 23, 2014 in News

The Tolar Petroglyph and Eden-Farson sites in Sweetwater County were listed recently in the National Register of Historic Places. The listing effort was led by University of Wyoming anthropology graduate anthropology students Elizabeth Lynch and Christina Servetnick along with Judy Wolf with the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office. ... continue reading

Granite Peak Development unveils new $60 million crude-to-rail facility

October 22, 2014 in News

Granite Peak Development unveiled a new $60 million crude-to-rail facility on Tuesday. State officials said the new rail yard will provide an infusion of revenue and employment in the local economy. Read Full Story... continue reading

Wyoming Medicare costs expected to drop

October 21, 2014 in News

Federal officials say Wyoming residents on Medicare are expected to pay $1.5 million less than expected for health care in 2015 under the Affordable Care Act. Read Full Story... continue reading

Black Hills Corp. proposes expanding in Wyoming

October 20, 2014 in News

Black Hills Corp. plans to acquire about 6,700 customers in Cody, Ralston and Meeteetse. The acquisition includes a 30-mile gas transmission pipeline and a 42-mile gas gathering pipeline. Read Full Story... continue reading

Gubernatorial candidates face off in Riverton

October 17, 2014 in News

Responding to criticism that he's failed to show leadership in his first term, Wyoming Republican Gov. Matt Mead emphasized that unless the state's economy is robust, it won't be able to address any of its other priorities, including education or health care. Mead, who's seeking re-election, faced off Thursday against Democrat Pete Gosar of Laramie, Libertarian Dee Cozzens of Lovell and independent Don Wills of Pine Bluffs at a Wyoming Public Television debate in Riverton. ... continue reading

Wyoming rig count up 25 percent since June

October 16, 2014 in News

Wyoming's drilling fleet has grown 25 percent since June, with the state adding two more rigs last week to bring the total number to 62. Converse County has been the site of much of the growth. The county boasted 17 rigs for the week that ended Oct. 10, according to Baker Hughes, an oil services firm. In August, Converse County averaged 13 rigs. ... continue reading
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