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Interior Department Mulls Dropping Greater Sage Grouse Plans

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is reportedly mulling whether to revise federal plans for managing greater sage grouse across most of the West.

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New West Daily Roundup for Mar. 16, 2017

Today in New West news: chasing thunderbird art in Wyoming, Idaho wildlife plan approved, and Secretary Zinke finalizes controversial Utah coal lease.

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New West Daily Roundup for Oct. 10, 2016

coal

Today in New West news: Peabody Energy nearing end of Chapter 11 proceedings, Montana’s largest coal mine poised to expand, Provo solar, and High Plains Book Awards winners announced.

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New West Daily Roundup for May 19, 2016

Today in New West news: verbal showdown over coal in Casper, Durango City Council approves Animas River Alert and Notification Plan, and an update on the Gianforte donation to MSU.

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New West Daily Roundup for Apr. 20, 2016

Today in New West news: protection granted for select Owyhee Wildernesses, Peabody Energy in Colorado, and an update on Bears Ears monument.

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New West Daily Roundup for Mar. 31, 2016

Today in New West news: bison operations cease in Yellowstone, environmental group prepared to sue Colorado Springs Utilities, and new laws and vetoes from Utah Governor Gary Herbert.

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New West Daily Roundup for Mar. 23, 2016

Today in New West news: Dr. Jim Hill steps down from CU medical school amid Coca-Cola funding scandal, an update on Peabody Energy and Arch Coal, and Denver-based Emerald Oil Inc. declares bankruptcy.

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New West Daily Roundup for Feb. 15, 2016

coal

Today in New West news: Peabody Energy posts $2 billion loss, Idaho Department of Fish and Game kills 20 wolves, and one Boulder restaurateur squares off with culinary legend Wolfgang Puck.

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New West Daily Roundup for Jan. 12, 2016

coal

Today in New West news: Arch Coal files for bankruptcy, Bozeman climber Conrad Anker waits with bated breath for Oscar news, and Denver’s proposal to shelter homeless in the city.

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