SALT LAKE CITY -- About a third of 270 eligible workers are willing to take an early retirement offer from Kennecott Utah Copper Corp. following a landslide that damaged an ore pit west of Salt Lake City.
SALT LAKE CITY -- A Utah mining company announced Thursday it plans to lay off some of
its 2,100 workers because of a landslide that filled the bottom of a
copper mining pit in the mountains west of Salt Lake City with millions
of tons of rock and dirt.
SALT LAKE CITY -- The landslide at a copper mining pit that loosened enough
material to fill two-thirds of the Panama Canal could lower tax revenue,
especially for local schools and a fire district, officials said
SALT LAKE CITY -- Hundreds of mine workers at Kennecott Utah Copper are being
asked to take voluntary vacation or unpaid leave in the aftermath of a
huge landslide last week that shut down operations 20 miles southwest of
Salt Lake City.