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Arch Coal Still Committed To Montana Mining Site

St. Louis based firm is nearly two years behind in getting approval to dig.



Arch Coal Posts Lower-Than-Expected 3Q Loss

The St. Louis-based company among the world’s biggest coal producers lost 61 cents per share in the July-through-September period.


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Judge Dismisses Mine Worker Suit Against Peabody, Arch Companies

Legal action sought to preserve benefits for bankrupt Patriot Coal’s active and retired miners.


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Union Miners Stage Mass Demonstration in Creve Coeur

In revival style meeting with prayers, Biblical references and the song “Amazing Grace,” United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts told workers that if Jesus were on the scene he would be on their side.


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Arch Coal Downsizing

St. Louis based mining outfit says it will lay off more than 100 workers in Kentucky and Virginia.


4/16/13-Braving a downpour, hundreds of United Mine Workers of America members packed the auditorium at Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis Tuesday. It was their latest demonstration against Peabody Energy, Patriot Coal and Arch Coal, which they say are threatening to cut vital health care coverage for current and retired miners. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

14 UMWA Members Arrested During Rally in St. Louis

Hundreds gathered to plant 1,000 white crosses in Kiener Plaza to honor the memory of those who died at coal mines operated.


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No U.S. Coal Royalty Violations Found

Federal probe looks into St. Louis based Peabody Energy & Arch Coal practices, as well as others.


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Warnecke Retires from Arch Coal

David N. Warnecke, Arch’s senior vice president of marketing, plans to retire from the corporation May 2014.


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Arch Coal Laying Off 750 in Appalachia

Industry struggling to sustain market share


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“King Coal” Hopes to Dig Out of Hard Times in November

ST. LOUIS–(KMOX)–If they wrote blues songs about the coal industry, they’d have plenty to sing about — as three major coal companies in St. Louis are under pressure from falling demand, tougher regulations and competition from natural gas. […]



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