CASPER — Coal production across Wyoming continued to tumble throughout the start of the new year, with output during the first quarter setting a new two-decade low, data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows.

Wyoming coal mines produced 54.6 million tons of coal, a sharp 10.8 million tons less than this time last year.

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