Archive for October, 2017

A judge has given a reprieve to the owners of a Montana coal mine who had warned layoffs were imminent after the mine’s expansion plans were blocked

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A central Montana coal mine averted dozens of imminent layoffs on Tuesday after a judge allowed work on an expansion of the mine to proceed while the government reconsiders the project’s contribution to climate change. The ruling …

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No layoffs yet at Roundup-area mine, but workers must stockpile coal, judge rules

Bull Mountain coal miners can keep working, but must stockpile their production while a new environmental assessment is finished, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. β€œThe amount of federal coal displaced by such development work shall not exceed 170,000 tons …

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Judge gives reprieve to Montana coal mine, averting layoffs

A judge has given a reprieve to the owners of a Montana coal mine who had warned layoffs were imminent after the mine’s expansion plans were blocked. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy said Tuesday that preparatory work in the expansion area can proceed …

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Long layoffs the new norm for Breeders’ Cup contenders

DEL MAR, Calif. – A single race supposedly promotes greater fitness than a handful of morning workouts, but there are plenty of trainers who will be looking to buck that conventional wisdom when they send out horses off substantial layoffs in the …

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Judge says work on Montana coal mine expansion can continue, averting layoffs while new climate change study is done

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) β€” Judge says work on Montana coal mine expansion can continue, averting layoffs while new climate change study is done.

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STLCC Considers Mass Layoffs Due to Low Enrollment

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – St. Louis Community College is considering laying off nearly a fifth of its full-time faculty amid significant drops in enrollment as well as revenue. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch is reporting this is just one scenario St. Louis …

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