Thirty-two Blackjewel coal operations in Wyoming, Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia are in limbo after the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization July 1, then shut down its mines when emergency financing fell through. That includes 580 people employed at the company’s largest operations, the Belle Ayr and Eagle Butte mines in Campbell County.

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Eleven days into a lockout at the Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr coal mines in Campbell County, nearly 600 Wyoming Blackjewel LLC employees are abo…

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A Gillette employee of Blackjewel LLC has filed a class-action lawsuit against the coal mining company, claiming it failed to give its 1,700 e…

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Blackjewel LLC’s reorganization team says it’s working on a plan to secure financing to reopen dozens of shuttered coal operations in Wyoming,…

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A Gillette employee of Blackjewel LLC has filed a class-action lawsuit against the coal mining company, claiming it failed to give its 1,700 e…

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It’s been a turbulent week for Blackjewel LLC that included filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, shutting down its U.S. coal mines…

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Partially prompted by threats from locked-out Blackjewel LLC coal miners and others, former company President and CEO Jeffrey Hoops Sr. mainta…

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CASPER — A representative for Blackjewel LLC claimed Tuesday evening there was a fire at one of its two recently closed Wyoming mines, but a W…

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