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Phone scam artists are relentless

The scheme of randomly calling people and businesses to trick them into handing over money… Continue Reading Phone scam artists are relentless

Vergnani appointed to fill interim PRECorp Board seat

Longtime Campbell County resident Bob Vergnani has been appointed to an interim Board of Directors… Continue Reading Vergnani appointed to fill interim PRECorp Board seat

Outage numbers continue to trend lower

By Tim Velder, PRECorp Marketing Communications There’s never a good time for your lights to… Continue Reading Outage numbers continue to trend lower

PRECorp sets course for the future at Annual meeting

By Tim Velder, PRECorp Marketing and Communications While some of the information presented at the… Continue Reading PRECorp sets course for the future at Annual meeting

Nancy Steedley to receive Earl Christensen Award

At this year’s PRECorp Annual Meeting, retired PRECorp Accountant Nancy Steedley, Sundance, will receive the… Continue Reading Nancy Steedley to receive Earl Christensen Award

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Powder River Energy retires $1.8 million in capital credits

In December 2016, Powder River Energy Corporation retired nearly $1.83 million in capital credits to… Continue Reading Powder River Energy retires $1.8 million in capital credits

PRECorp rate changes take effect in February power bills

The implementation of Powder River Energy’s general rate increase will show up on the February… Continue Reading PRECorp rate changes take effect in February power bills

PRECorp files rate case with Wyoming PSC

Powder River Energy Corporation recently filed documents totaling more than 350 pages that outline its… Continue Reading PRECorp files rate case with Wyoming PSC

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Minnesota wild rice rule irks industry and environmentalists
Posted on Sunday October 22, 2017

MINNEAPOLIS | The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency kicks off a week of public hearings today on changing a water quality standard that's meant to protect wild rice, a proposal that has managed to anger environmentalists and industry alike.

Growth in Mandan brings uptick in crime
Posted on Sunday October 22, 2017

MANDAN, N.D. | Steady growth in Mandan in recent years has brought an uptick in crime.

City installing new playground, starting partial demolition of former Plains Furniture store
Posted on Sunday October 22, 2017

Casper’s kids will have a new place to play this spring.

Wyoming animal shelters are filling up as weather changes
Posted on Monday October 09, 2017

Wyoming animal shelters are filling as a stalled economy leaves people struggling to afford pets and colder temperatures bring animals indoors.


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Posted on Wednesday December 31, 1969

Barrasso criticizes EPA ahead of funding talks for the agency that wrote the Clean Power Plan
Posted on Sunday October 22, 2017

Sen. John Barrasso followed in the footsteps of a host of politicians Wednesday by declaring the political war on energy development over, a reference to the Trump Administration’s actions to roll back Obama-era environmental policies and regulations.

Wyoming mine had dozens of violations for safety before miner's death -- but what that indicates is still unclear
Posted on Sunday October 22, 2017

The southwest Wyoming mine where a worker died last month after being buried in coal has been fined for roof and wall safety issues more than 60 times since 2010, federal mine safety data shows.