Now the question becomes how far the Legislature should and will go to protect Wyoming against upheaval in its longtime king industries — oil, gas and coal.
The Attorney General’s office says it doesn’t have authority to help counties pursue back taxes. Legislators hope they “don’t have to hear that answer again.”
With all eyes on coal’s much discussed decline, another staple of the state’s energy economy has tumbled dramatically.
A recent report on Wyoming revenue projections is being characterized as a major shortfall, but money still flows into savings accounts.
An exhibit of the active artist group’s work at the Teton County Library is embodies the notion that art benefits community