Deal involves a numbers-minded governor of a state with huge trust funds, an oil giant under pressure and 5 million acres of land and minerals.
Archives for February 2020
Northern Arapaho historic collections manager Jordan Dresser reflects on the recent repatriation of a significant headdress.
Former miner and guest columnist Michele Irwin argues that transition is inevitable, and Wyoming can act now to make sure it’s done right.
Some local residents call Highway 59 the ‘Coal Miner 500.’ The road between Douglas and Gillette is an artery to the beating heart of the PRB.
Massive land, minerals purchase could dip deep into the state’s savings funds; proponents say it would bring much-needed revenues, but belt-tightening first.