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A 160,000 square-foot facility to manufacture wind energy generation equipment will employ 150 when it is constructed in Cheyenne's Swan Ranch Industrial Park, Gov. Matt Mead says.
At a ceremony Tuesday morning, Mead was joined by representatives of Worthington Energy of Ohio and Gestamp Renewables Group of Madrid, Spain. The two companies have partnered to form Gestant Worthington Wind Steel, LLC, the joint venture responsible for the planned facility.
University of Wyoming Athletic Director Tom Burman has terminated Heath Schroyer's contract as head men's basketball coach, effective immediately. Fred Landley, currently an assistant coach, has been named as interim head coach for the duration of the 2010-2011 season.
With continued talk of a possible oil play in Laramie County, residents in some other parts of the state are concerned about the effects of heavy energy production equipment on county roads. Gregory Nickerson examines the issue in WyoFile.
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