Wyoming’s loss of youth is well documented. WyoFile spoke to six young people about why so many of their peers leave and what could change that.
As ‘brain drain’ continues to draw workers out of Wyoming, young people struggle to see a future in the state.
Study: Warmer days and nights, warmer winters, hotter summers are all in store. “These are things we already see happening, and we can expect that to get more intense as we go forward.”
State Reps. advanced a measure that would make it more difficult for utilities to retire Wyoming coal-fired power plants, but tabled legislation intended to ensure grid reliability
Legislators consider a suite of bills to help keep aging coal-fired power plants in the state in operation.