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Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission decision to permit Aethon Energy to pump millions of gallons of pollutants into an underground aquifer near Shoshoni is wrongheaded, guest columnist Maria Katherman writes.
Top Wyoming lawmakers have remained silent on the results of the election, writes Trauner. Doing so is a dereliction of duty.
If you hunt, fish, climb, hike, ride, bird watch or bike — some of the best reasons to live in Wyoming — you should be in favor of preserving the status of public land in perpetuity.
State’s leaders, however, must be willing to embrace renewable energy and let go of fossil fuel dependence, Drake writes.
The president-elect can support policies that will help coal communities while not running afoul of his party’s platform, Dodson writes.