Rural health officials face unique challenges as the pandemic worsens. Reliant on advanced medical care in other communities — care that modelers fear could become overwhelmed — stopping contagion is “our one big tool,” a nurse said.
Economies of scale, shifting markets and over-capacity will all play into PRB coal’s fate, analysts say.
A Sheridan-based group is intervening in a lawsuit, worried the feds won’t defend themselves in court
A survey from earlier this year found that “69 percent of Westerners are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports protections for some public lands.”
A small group of retired wildland firefighting managers says safety reforms are needed to save lives.