Regulators survey two polluted creeks near Moneta Divide oilfield to assess whether environmental classifications are appropriate.
How does an Environmental Quality Council legal scrape relate to an old coal-bed methane fight? Some of the players, including Mark Gordon, are familiar.
Lander photographer Sara Wiles has been capturing black and white images of life on the Wind River Indian Reservation for 45 years. She shares a selection from her new book for a WyoFile photo essay.
An initial rejection of funding by the governor’s office and the death of a “sin tax” raise fears funding woes will kill Wyoming’s criminal justice reform before it’s begun.
A UW researcher and friends set out to follow a mule deer’s migration through the Wyoming Range. Their eye-opening adventure is captured in a new documentary.
As she prepares for a play in Sheridan that some might consider edgy, theater educator Grace Cannon contemplates the tenuous act of creative expression.
Lifelong hunter Paul W. Hansen makes the case for switching to nontoxic ammo. Not only is it healthier for families and scavengers, he says, but the performance is superior.