The Wyoming Public Service Commission hears the fears and resentments of energy transition casualties in Kemmerer and Rock Springs.
In wake of delegation’s failure to support healthcare bill for miners, guest columnist David Dodson argues they ignored sound conservative economic principles for doing so.
From coal bankruptcies to water threats, sage grouse counts to the future of the state’s energy landscape, WyoFile charts the hardest-hitting stories of the year.
From coal-plant workers to conservation heroes and wild-eyed broncos, WyoFile captured the state’s 2019 stories in images.
Looming coal plant closures, energy industry layoffs and an exodus of young people has several Wyoming communities scratching their heads about how to forge economic transitions.