The Wyoming Public Service Commission hears the fears and resentments of energy transition casualties in Kemmerer and Rock Springs.
Archives for February 4, 2020
A majority of the Joint Appropriations Committee traveled to UW for an unscheduled, apparently announced, session to learn more about funding requests.
In years-long battle over grizzlies, lions and property rights, verdict awards 80% of rancher’s $422,971 claim, far above the $89,498 Game and Fish regulations allowed for stock losses to carnivores.
In Oct., WyoFile reported the Public Services Commission sent copied language from coal industry lobbyists to federal utility regulators. New documents reveal the governor’s office’s involvement
Powder River Basin royalty delinquencies are an ominous sign for the state’s funding model and a trial for budgeters in the upcoming legislative session.