Studying storing nuclear waste is a bad idea. Deciding to do so out of the public view was something worse: a violation of the public trust
Management Council votes by email to study housing spent nuclear fuel at Gas Hills, Shirley Basin to bring what a state senator says could be $1 billion a year.
University of Wyoming lecturer and photographer Eric Krszjzaniek both shot and edited this photo of Labor Day skies over the Shirley Basin on a smartphone.
A village in the Shirley Basin suggests an ancient culture may have used both the basins and the high alpine as seasonal homes year after year.
Rainbow in Shirley Basin…
A rainbow crosses the sky in Shirley Basin. (Photo by Sheri Kimbrough – click to enlarge)