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Enerflex Limited management announced Thursday it is closing its Casper natural gas compression and processing plant because of a shift in the market from Powder River Basin coalbed methane to shale gas in the eastern United States.
The death of a Montana animal trainer mauled by a pair of 500-pound captive brown bears could have been prevented if standard safety practices had been followed, federal authorities said Tuesday, as state officials revealed that the private menagerie where the death occurred has seen numerou…
CORVALLIS – A Corvallis asphalt production plant, M.R. Asphalt Inc., has been cited with 16 safety and health violations by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration after an investigation into the death of a worker last fall.
CASPER, Wyo. — The owner of five Casper radio stations is the subject of a federal labor lawsuit over employee pay.
HELENA - Sen. Max Baucus' office says Montana Labor and Industry Commissioner Keith Kelly has been nominated to be the U.S. Department of Labor's assistant secretary for veterans affairs.
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Deborah Castillo-Mraz worked as a certified nurse assistant for several years, but at age 49 can longer do the heavy lifting the job requires.
CASPER, Wyo. — A bentonite facility near Thermopolis was one of several mining sites across the county issued citations from federal inspectors in a safety sweep in April, although the facility's owner isn't sure why it was included in the highly publicized inspections.
Wyoming tribes get federal employment grants
Montana State University Billings College of Technology is one of four colleges in the state that will begin offering programs in sustainable energy later this year.
CASPER — Eight projects to train workers in emerging energy sectors will be funded by a U.S. Department of Labor grant to the Wyoming Workforce Development Council.
CASPER — Nationwide, nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses declined 7 percent from 2007 to 2008, the lowest level since 2002, according to a new report by the U.S. Department of Labor.