The senate cut $9 million from a funding adjustment education advocates say the Legislature needs to stay within law
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Opinionby Three bills currently being considered by the Wyoming Legislature would gut county government authority and subvert local control.
Unit 3 burned 165 tons of coal an hour, but it won’t consume as much as a briquette tomorrow.
New information has come to light as old foes dig in over controversial legislation — the bill’s origin and Wyoming’s first “valve turner”
Investigation concludes that bears attacked “to feed on elk” as hunter Corey Chubon and guide Mark Uptain field dressed their kill in fatal 2018 encounter.