Tag Archives: Twentymile

Peabody Declares Bankruptcy

PEABODYPeabody Energy the owner of Twentymile Mine in Routt County, announced yesterday that the company will file for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Chapter 11 bankruptcy allows the company to remain in control of their business operations while restructuring their debt. Peabody has been considering Chapter 11 Continue reading

Interior Official Tours Trapper

Trapper-Mine-300A representative from the department of interior is in Northwest Colorado to tour the Trapper mine today. Janice Schneider, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s assistant secretary for land and minerals management took a tour of Twentymile mine in Routt County yesterday. During her visit to the mine today Schneider plans to meet with representatives from Continue reading

Lawsuit Brought Against Peabody Energy

PEABODYA lawsuit has been brought against the owners of Twentymile mine by multiple environmental groups including The WildEarth Guardians. The law suit claims that Peabody Energy which also owns mines in New Mexico and Wyoming, no longer qualifies economically to finance their reclamation projects through self-bonding. Self-bonds use a companies assets to guarantee that money will be available to finance the reclamation of lands that are mined. According to the Continue reading

TMH Receives Grant for Improved Communications Among Departments

tmh-logo-115The Memorial Hospital Foundation received a $45,000 Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) provider grant award for the Emergency Department Electronic Medical Continue reading