An examination of Wyoming’s Constitution — and those of Idaho, Montana and the Dakota also written in 1889 — reveals unexpectedly progressive political philosophy, Western writes.
Samuel Western writes that Wyoming is America’s monolith of demographic, educational, political, and economic monoculture — and monocultures collapse.
Although Tom Balding had always excelled as a welder and a tinkerer, it was a long and sometimes difficult road to his business success.
While energy development is arguably central to Wyoming's economy, it wasn't always this way.
Wyoming has been successful in mitigating abandoned coal mine problems, but it continues to receive large amounts of funding from the Abandoned Mine Lands Fund. That money has been spent on a variety of non-mine projects, from infrastructure to research.