WYOMING URANIUM PRODUCERS WAIT OUT INDUSTRY DOWNTURN

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - On a recent morning, the Nichols Ranch mine was quietly leaching uranium from rock formations buried hundreds of feet beneath the surface of the Powder River Basin. A handful of employees slept in a trailer outside the plant after their 12-hour shifts as mine manager Bernard ...

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