Tag Archives: WildEarth Guardians

Businesses Write Letter Supporting EPA Clean Power Rule

EPA-300A group of Colorado businesses have opened themselves up to scrutiny by writing an open letter to Governor Hickenlooper, supporting the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Rule. The rule will force power plants to reduce carbon emissions, significantly within the next 15 years, a costly move that could shut some plants Continue reading

WildEarth Comes Under Fire for Misrepresentation

wildearthWildEarth Guardians, the environmental group trying to shut down ColoWyo Coal Mine, is coming under fire for misrepresenting how much support the group has. Recently, WildEarth Guardians published a page of over 600 supporters, composed of businesses that supposedly provided financial support to the Continue reading

Tipton Crashes Jewell Meeting

SCOTT-TIPTON-NEW-300Congressman Scott Tipton made a surprise visit to a meeting Friday night in Glenwood with U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, BLM Director Neil Kornze, Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid and Craig Mayor Ray Beck. The meeting was to discuss the future of the Colowyo Mine. Jewell agreed to the Continue reading

OSM Has Until Tonight to File Appeal in ColoWyo Case

osmToday is the last day the Interior Department has to file an appeal of a federal judge’s ruling that has put the future of ColoWyo Coal Mine in jeopardy. A judge ruled that the Office of Surface Mining didn’t do enough to consider burning coal, when it approved the mine’s South Taylor Permit. Tri-State Continue reading

EPA Ruling Won’t Affect ColoWyo Case

coloyowThe Supreme Court’s ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency over the agency’s power plant emissions rule will not affect the outcome of the WildEarth Guardians lawsuit against the Office of Surface Mining in regards to Continue reading

Meeting Tonight Will Focus on ColoWyo and Sage Grouse

bears-ears-tea-party-300The Bear’s Ears Tea Party Patriots will hold a meeting tonight to talk about the latest federal issues facing Moffat County. Those include the situation at ColoWyo Coal Mine and federal land management plans that are intended to keep the Greater Sage Grouse off of the Endangered Species List. ColoWyo is in the midst of an Continue reading

Mesa County Commissioners Write Letter of Support for ColoWyo

mesa countyThe Mesa County Commissioners have written a letter to the Office of Surface Mining, supporting ColoWyo Mine. In the letter, the commissioners state that Continue reading

Local Businesses Join Fight Against WildEarth

wildearthLocal businesses have joined the fight against WildEarth Guardians by refusing to do business with those that support the environmental group. WildEarth Guardians, who have threatened to shut down coal mines across the country, posted a list of the businesses in the Western United States that support them.  Local Continue reading

Tri-State Official Talks About ColoWyo Lawsuit

coloyowTri-State, ColoWyo, and local government officials are inviting the public to a meeting tonight to discuss the WildEarth Guardians lawsuit against the Office of Surface Mining, over the mine’s current operations. WildEarth says the OSM did not do enough Continue reading

WildEarth Guardians Say Coal is the Ultimate Target

coloyowA community meeting will be held tomorrow night to discuss the ColoWyo situation. WildEarth Guardians, an environmental group, sued the Office of Surface Mining over ColoWyo’s permits for their current operations. Continue reading

Meetings Scheduled in Craig to Discuss ColoWyo Situation

coloyowAnother meeting will be held in Craig to discuss the ColoWyo situation. A June 3rd meeting at Moffat County High School has already been announced. That meeting will be used to give the public information about what is going on with the WildEarth Continue reading

Bennet Writes Letter Supporting ColoWyo Jobs

coloyowColorado Senator Michael Bennet has written a letter to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, supporting Moffat County in its efforts to keep the ColoWyo Mine open. A federal judge ruled earlier this month that the Office of Surface Continue reading