In May, the railroad closed a mechanical shop, costing Guernsey nearly 90 jobs. Then Gov. Gordon proposed closing a military school that employs 41 people.
Lawmakers will study unresolved problems from the last legislative session. The topic list has a little something for everyone.
At a meeting of key legislative committees, the powerful Senate president said he remained opposed to taxes. Does he speak for Wyoming?
There is something quite undemocratic about viewing public education as a machine that feeds workers into the system.
There's certainly something recognizable in the dirt slinging between Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill and state senators like Bill Hastings.