More than 300 central Wyoming residents offer tale of two counties, predicting the best of times, the worst of times for Fremont, Hot Springs.
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.
Big Horn County, the town of Thermopolis and a conservation district want the DEQ to explain to their communities its plan to allow discharges of pollutants into Boysen Reservoir and give them time to respond.
Why does one Wyoming River have two names?
The federal dam-building era might have ended, but Wyoming is spending $72 million on two new Big Horn County reservoirs.