Residents’ bitter opposition fails to convince land board to put off controversial commitment said to generate $21 million from state land over the project’s lifespan.
After years of jousting, some lawmakers hope for compromise — or at least deeper debate — on a bill that carries both layoff-inducing cuts and a potential future tax increase for schools.
Wyoming landowner group: The state must hold coal operators like Eagle Specialty Minerals accountable in era of bankruptcies and production declines that point to mine closures.
Gov. Gordon extends mask mandate as UK variant appears in Teton County and healthcare providers struggle with high vaccine demand.
Answering a call from the new president to memorialize pandemic fatalities, church bells rang out over Laramie for 400 seconds on Tuesday. The bells, and their caretaker, have a history.
Measure would charge regulators with removing “subsidization” from solar reimbursement rates. Critics claim the burgeoning industry is being unfairly targeted.
Let’s stop treating the nonprofit sector — which plays an enormous role in the state’s economy — like “women’s work,” guest columnists Simon and Wallesch write.
With a budget shortfall of nearly a third of a billion dollars, satirist Mark Jenkins writes, it’s time for Wyoming to eliminate its most egregiously socialistic program: public schools.