Draft EIS for 4,250-well project that anticipates $198 million a year in tax revenue is linked to Wyoming’s plan for discharging treated and tainted water into Boysen Reservoir.
Thermopolis mayor, whose town drinks from the Bighorn River, also wants to know what’s currently in the water.
Laws put responsibility for analysing impacts of projects on federal lands in federal hands, those who know the process say.
In-prison drug treatment is critical to lowering recidivism rates in Wyoming, but some veterans of a women’s prison program say it does more harm than good.
Rock Springs attendees reflect on the role of immigrants in Wyoming and what it means to be an American today.