The years-long, politically charged fight over permitting what would be the first new Wyoming coal mine in decades resumed Wednesday with familiar arguments from both sides.
The unprecedented pinch on electrical power demand due to the economic shutdown has hit coal much harder than other power generation sources.
Making a living with the arts is especially challenging in the least populated state in the nation — a set of conditions that spawn unique and innovative solutions.
November’s special election asked this Wyoming city to consider how it distributes power in local government — a question each municipality in the state must answer for itself.
A legislative committee recently decided against changing or eliminating the state’s net metering statute. Sheridan solar business owner Richard Mack says that was a wise move.