CASPER, Wyo. — American crude fell below $60 a barrel Thursday for the first time since 2009, raising the prospects of layoffs in Wyoming’s oil patch as companies rush to cut costs.
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BOZEMAN — A Bozeman company that makes gluten-free oatmeal cookies has a three-month contract to ramp up production and is hiring 42 people to help with the work.
BISMARCK, N.D. — Job Service North Dakota data show about one of every seven private sector jobs in the state are related to oil and gas production.
HELENA — As campaign season moves into full gear this year, the TV airwaves already are getting clogged with political advertisements. Once again, the Gazette State Bureau will be fact-checking and interpreting some of these ads in its “Ad Watch” series.
BUTTE — Butte might never flash the boom-town badge it did decades ago when the “richest hill on earth” was indeed that.
BUTTE — Eight full-time staff members will lose their jobs after money ran out for a research-and-development program located at Montana Tech.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming’s unemployment rate has been dropping over the last two years, but the state still hasn’t replaced all the jobs it lost during the recession, according to the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services.
CASPER, Wyo. — Outdoor recreation is a big business and job creator in Wyoming, an industry report shows.
GREAT FALLS — After greeting some old friends, Democrat Steve Bullock gets right to the point with union groups about the importance of the 2012 governor’s race. Bullock, Montana’s attorney general, spoke to some members of the Great Falls Education Association earlier this month. He quickly…
Unemployment in Wyoming continued to inch downward in January, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported last week.
BUTTE — Kyle Hoggatt spent more than a month sleeping in his Honda Civic last summer in Williston, N.D., and said it was well worth it.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose slightly to 5.8 percent in November, up from 5.7 percent in October.
POWELL, Wyo. — A new collaboration between Northwest College and Choice Aviation will help aspiring pilots earn their license and possibly find work in the aviation industry.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Slamming President Barack Obama's job creation policies as "a string of broken promises," a group of Western Republican lawmakers Thursday unveiled a suite of bills they said will create thousands of jobs in the West.
While celebrating Labor Day at Rose Park, area union workers said on Monday that they must make their voices heard across the nation in the face of recent heated politcal battles across the country regarding the labor movement.
Dave Merchant says his second job working as cargo handler at Edwards Jet Center has helped him cope with back problems.
Sieg Holso has worked for Dave Filener Construction for 21 years, doing everything from fine woodworking to steel. He spent Monday routing the alder wood panels inside Cody’s new Best Western Ivy Inn.
CASPER, Wyo. — Natrona County added 1,200 jobs in the fourth quarter of 2010, the most of any county in the state.