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Wyoming’s Mining Employment Drops By More Than 25% In One Year

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Wyoming’s mining industry lost more than one-quarter of its jobs in the first quarter of this year compared to 2020, according to a state report.

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Trump Rare Earth Executive Order Could Be Good News For Wyoming Mining

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An executive order aimed at expanding the country’s production of critical minerals could be a boon to both producers of rare earth minerals and uranium, according to a leader in Wyoming’s mining industry.

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Wyoming Tourism: Travel Back In Time Through The Ghost Town Of Kirwin

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Hop back in time to the era of stage coaches and mining camps through a visit to the abandoned mining town of Kirwin, Wyoming.

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Blackjewel layoffs could have ‘truly scary’ impact on economy

in Energy/News
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With two of Wyoming’s largest coal mines closed pending Blackjewel LLC’s bankruptcy filings and approximately 600 laid-off workers warming the bench, legislators and state economists are contemplating the future of coal in Wyoming.

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