The years-long, politically charged fight over permitting what would be the first new Wyoming coal mine in decades resumed Wednesday with familiar arguments from both sides.
The state agency reversed course on the application for the controversial project citing "procedural and substantive deficiencies" with the application.
Coal developer Ramaco Resources and the state both favored legal forums to open public dialogue for addressing worries about the first new coal mine in 50 years.
If a coal company creates the jobs it’s promised, would it benefit or tax the state?
A rival coal company thinks Ramaco’s permit application for a new mine north of Sheridan is lacking.