If you hunt, fish, climb, hike, ride, bird watch or bike — some of the best reasons to live in Wyoming — you should be in favor of preserving the status of public land in perpetuity.
Bureau of Land Management
The late Supreme Court justice wanted a Hot Springs County rancher’s suit over alleged government harassment to go to trial. She lost, but penned a dissent that bears a review.
BLM approves Moneta Divide gas- and oilfield but leaves to state regulators vexing questions about how to dispose of millions of gallons of tainted water.
The wildfire burning through sagebrush and grass near Rawlins grew to 1,700 acres. By Thursday Aug. 13, crews had it 50% contained.
Critics, who asked the senator not to introduce the measure, say the draft bill was forged without balanced input, including from Native Americans. But some like it.