Contests for U.S. House and Senate seats bring many firsts and myriad differences to Wyoming’s election landscape.
A majority of Wyoming’s 23 counties have tax-issue propositions on their General Election ballots, including 12 measures for new taxes or taxing authority.
The company, which operates two Powder River Basin mines, says exiting the thermal coal business is “the right business solution in the event we are unable to find an appropriate buyer.”
Surge in COVID-19 cases continues to accelerate as daily case counts dwarf previous records and active cases approach 3,000. “Our current COVID situation is very concerning,” the state health officer said.
Scientists find that northern populations of boreal toads have adopted a “brilliant adaptation to a pathogen.”
People in mental health crises spend months in county jails because Wyoming’s resources are strained. The long running problem is not restricted to adult offenders.
Wyoming needs schools, roads, hospitals and other basic public services, writes guest columnist Nate Martin. And it’s time to move past the belief that we can have them without paying taxes.
The state’s current rules are unsafe for wildlife, pets and the general public, writes guest columnist O’Brien.