Wyoming’s freshman governor, like his predecessor, is making the case for the state’s most valuable industry. Has he found a new way forward?
“I guess I’d like to see more out of our Legislature… Just what are we going to do? What’s the plan?” said Gillette mayor Louise Carter-King.
As city seeks to bring two water wells on line, those affected near municipal wellfield still lack relief from their own water problems.
Acting on a sealed motion, a U.S. District judge rescheduled the day of reckoning for Wyoming power plant promoter and convicted fraudster Michael J. Ruffatto for the eighth time.