WyoFile staff collected 12 stories that we feel best represent Wyoming in 2018 and our ongoing efforts to capture it on the page.
Legislative leaders in Wyoming’s two chambers disagree over the use of investment income to meet state needs.
Consultants analyzing Wyoming’s school funding will be directed to search for automatic annual increases in school expenses and consider school district consolidation.
The decisions were made during a contentious meeting of the Legislature’s Management Council Tuesday night. Both observers and
Legislative committees will tackle a variety of issues before lawmakers return to Cheyenne in February 2018
Amid a drop in oil prices, Wyoming has billions in liquid savings, more than enough to cover Gov. Matt Mead’s 2016 budget proposal.