For the first time Campbell County won't send extra revenue to help fund statewide education, underscoring a growing risk to relying on mineral revenues.
Temporary water transfers allow water-rights holders to sell billions of gallons of state-owned water for millions of dollars, almost none of which goes to the state.
Archaeologists are hunting for a dig site first discovered in the 1950’s and since lost to researchers. Now they are asking the public to share any information they may have on the location of the fossils of a prehistoric mammal.
A young government photographer captured images of the Wyoming economy in 1936.
Wyoming residents should insist that elected leaders support laid off miners, not the executives and boards of directors who wrecked coal company finances.