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.
The Wind Rivers, Wyoming. Upper reaches of the Bighorn River
A draft water quality report shows new surface water degradation across Wyoming, as well as improvements, and officials want residents to comment on the findings.
The culmination of 40-year water adjudication case sets the legal framework for an uncertain water future.