Positive spin from governor and administrators aside, Drake opines, university remains in crisis mode.
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.