The state’s dearth of treatment resources claimed a lot of air time as lawmakers met this week, even with debate on contentious budget cuts weeks away.
After years of jousting, some lawmakers hope for compromise — or at least deeper debate — on a bill that carries both layoff-inducing cuts and a potential future tax increase for schools.
In May, the railroad closed a mechanical shop, costing Guernsey nearly 90 jobs. Then Gov. Gordon proposed closing a military school that employs 41 people.
Professor makes an appeal to Wyoming residents to help save the crucial arts program.
Wyoming has one of the highest juvenile incarceration rates in the nation, and state budget cuts are likely to make that problem worse, local experts say