Years after a statewide effort to reach a compromise, the senator introduced legislation that would provide some safeguards for about 32% of lands it considers, leading conservationists to oppose its passage.
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The human costs of state budget cuts are beginning to show as facilities like Greenhouse, a transitional care facility in Gillette, close their doors.
A much bigger illness than COVID-19 faces Wyoming’s coal industry, writes guest columnist LeResche: inexorable decline.
If fears of fast-tracked safety tests and “rapid core melting” don’t give residents pause about the proposed demonstration facility, how about the economic X’s and O’s?