Medical professionals are gearing up for an onslaught of COVID-19 patients they hope won’t arrive and say a dearth of testing leaves them in the dark.
Looming coal plant closures, energy industry layoffs and an exodus of young people has several Wyoming communities scratching their heads about how to forge economic transitions.
Mayor searches for alternative funding as state revenues decline, but worries about the many other losses his community could face.
Measure outside statewide effort by county-level citizen working groups would extinguish half of the wilderness study area acres in Wyoming.
The only thing the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative seems to be achieving is uniting conservationists against it.