Northern Wyoming coalition of agencies, nonprofits, volunteers and landowners sets out to make fences safer for wildlife.
Aethon says the deep Madison aquifer where it would dispose of pollutants is already tainted, is too expensive to develop for domestic use and is not needed by nearby communities.
Amid broadening social and political divides a group of Albany County businesses and elected officials invited “all patriots” to a recruitment event for a Colorado-based civil-defense group
Dismissal from the 1969 Wyoming football squad was one of many racial indignities and dangerous encounters the Black 14 football players experienced. In the post-George Floyd era, they are telling their other stories.
Funds from overturned oil and gas lease sales have already been disbursed for school kids, elderly, disabled and those “below the poverty line,” Wyoming said.