Guest columnist Trauner calls out Enzi, Barrasso and Lummis for keeping mum on election. History won’t forget, he writes.
Agreement with federal agency calls for state role in ‘active management’ to combat fire threats, invasive weeds, but critics see it as a plan for more logging and industrial agriculture.
State’s coal market decline coincides with global awareness of critical minerals shortage, including several with deposits in Wyoming.
The party meddling that has followed Sen. Mike Enzi’s retirement announcement effectively rigged the 2020 election, columnist Dodson writes, and is unfair to voters.
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.