Documents released by court order detail allegations of verbal abuse, two secret investigations and the former president’s rapid fall from favor with the trustees.
The Wyoming Public Service Commission hears the fears and resentments of energy transition casualties in Kemmerer and Rock Springs.
The board voted Friday to preserve the right to appeal a judge’s ruling that the school must turn over records related to the end of former-president Laurie Nichols’ tenure.
State government beat legend deservedly becomes first reporter enshrined in Wyoming Press Association Hall of Fame.
Women’s March in Lander draws roughly 200 people with messages of civic engagement on elections, climate change, reproductive rights.