Be bear aware
Posted on in Column/Range Writing/wildlife

Conflict Prevention Takes A Genius

Last week the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee heard testimony about the possibility of providing a financial incentive for the development of non-lethal, innovative technologies that reduce conflict between human and wildlife predators. Keep Reading

Gillette Wyoming coal
Posted on in Energy/News

Blackjewel closures bad, but not the worst, officials say

It’s been nearly a month since Blackjewel LLC abruptly shuttered its coal production operations, locking some 600 Gillette-area miners out of the Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr coal mines. And as Blackjewel continues to hammer out its fate in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Gillette searches for silver linings to this latest economic cumulonimbus. Keep Reading

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