“The numbers that you’re seeing in jail now are ... true numbers for this reservation,” a tribal judge said last month. Can tribal traditions help?
The Powder River Basin power plant promoter reported to a minimum security federal prison in California this week to begin serving an 18-month sentence.
One reporter brought the Two Elk scandal to light and tracked the twisting tale of greed, fraud and government ineptitude for more than a decade.
Proposals by University of Wyoming trustees, driven by the Legislature, undercut faculty and threaten the integrity of the title professor.
Acting on a sealed motion, a U.S. District judge rescheduled the day of reckoning for Wyoming power plant promoter and convicted fraudster Michael J. Ruffatto for the eighth time.