With uncertainty surrounding the thermal coal market, especially with recent bankruptcies and hundreds of layoffs in the Powder River Basin, Campbell County is looking for other economic avenues for its coal.

If northeast Wyoming is going to become a hub for carbon research and innovation, it’s going to take more than just recruiting businesses and scientists here. It also will require developing a culture and a community that focuses on that as well.

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Too little too late.

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