Aethon says the deep Madison aquifer where it would dispose of pollutants is already tainted, is too expensive to develop for domestic use and is not needed by nearby communities.
Archives for October 13, 2020
Pandemic rules are changing social and instructional norms — making college in the COVID era a far cry from its former self.
Annual music tour scrapped its original plans due to the pandemic. But it still managed to pull off a joyful showcase of Wyoming music.
We’ve come to an economic and cultural crossroads and must decide what we want Wyoming to become, Mark Jenkins writes. The humanities teach us how to think critically about complex questions like these.
Shady efforts using public funds to influence policy makers in other states are not only unethical, Drake writes, they’re also environmentally and economically shortsighted.