Wyoming and Navajo Transitional Energy Reach Liability Agreement
Negotiations between NTEC and Montana continue.
Report: Wyoming Safe2Tell Tips Increased by 1/3 in 2019
The program launched in October 2016 in the Natrona County School District before later being introduced to the entire state.
Bill in Wyoming Legislature Tackles ‘Cold Showers for Grandma’
The measure cleared introduction in the state Senate on a 20-9 vote Wednesday.
Wyoming Officials Seek Recommendations on Teton Bighorn Sheep
Research suggests backcountry skiing displaces sheep from some of their best habitat.
Oil From Federal Lands Tops 1 Billion Barrels Amid Eased Rules
Oil production royalties collected by the government totaled $7.5 billion in 2019.
Feds Providing $2.3M For Southeast Wyoming Irrigation Tunnel Repair
The collapse left more than 150 square miles of cropland without water at the peak of summer.
Gov. Gordon Pledges to Protect And Promote Fossil Fuels
Budgeting has been tight amid a decade-long decline in revenue from natural gas extraction and coal mining.
Federal Officials OK Drilling in Beartooth Mountains
The sites are outside Nye along the Beartooth Front , where the company acquired 282 mining claims.
Public Input Expected on Wyoming Wild Horse Management Plan
Officials say the agency hopes to protect wild horses and burros on public land.
University of Wyoming May Now Revoke Honorary Degrees
Misrepresenting or undermining accomplishments cited as the basis for the honorary degree may result in revocation.