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Northam pledges support for Virginia’s Blackjewel LLC workers
Gov. Ralph Northam announced support programs for former employees of Blackjewel LLC, a coal mining operation that abruptly declared bankruptcy on July 1.
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Chris Cline, Miner Who Bet Big on High-Sulfur Coal, Dies in Helicopter Crash
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Cambrian Coal Seeks Buyer In Ch. 11 After Failed Expansion
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Federal judge approves sale of bankrupt Colorado company's Wyoming coal mine
KEMMERER, Wyo. — A federal judge has approved the sale of a Wyoming coal mine following the Colorado owner's bankruptcy. The Casper Star-Tribune…
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Federal judge approves sale of bankrupt Wyoming coal mine
KEMMERER, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge has approved the sale of a Wyoming coal mine following the owner's bankruptcy. The Casper Star-Tribune reports…
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Westmoreland Coal Sells Last Mine For $300M Credit Bid
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Nearly 100,000 coal miners at risk of losing pension money by 2022
Dave Dilly of Fresno, Ohio, near Coshocton, spent 19 years in the coal mine, but in recent years, he's taken on a new responsibility: Fighting for the retirement he…
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A timeline of recent industry struggles in Wyoming's coal country
Wyoming-based coal company Cloud Peak Energy declared bankruptcy on Friday, the latest in the recent string of troubles facing coal producers in the state.
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Businessman blames creditors for mine purchase failure
CASPER — The Virginia businessman whose attempt to buy the Kemmerer coal mine in western Wyoming failed this month blamed the busted bid on the…
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