University of Wyoming professor Jason Shogren has been preparing his home outside Centennial for the possible arrival of the Mullen Fire — the kind of natural disaster that has informed his work as an economist.
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Wyoming has one of the highest juvenile incarceration rates in the nation, and state budget cuts are likely to make that problem worse, local experts say
As the U.S. Forest Service studies a Wyoming plan for irrigators to draw down a Sublette recreation destination by 22 feet, it likely won’t weigh water-saving alternatives.
Yes, Drake writes, many outlooks are currently grim, including the state’s budget. But can we at least learn to appreciate what we’ve long taken for granted?
State extends health orders as a new daily case count shatters previous record. UW eases into in-person learning after pausing its plan due to infections.