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State Occupational Epidemiologist Timothy Ryan, the man hired a little more than a year ago to analyze Wyoming’s long-standing workplace fatality problem, has resigned to …
A Curious One
COLD SNAP RUNNER-UP: A bighorn ewe stops to watch while traversing through Yellowstone National Park. (Dawn Wilson/WyoFile)
The monthly “Second Saturday” scotch tasting in the Miner’s Delight Inn Bed and Breakfast in Atlantic City has steadily fermented into the rhythm of cultural …
John Boehner, according to The Sage Grouse, has somehow saved face in the last-minute deal to get the extension, leaving folks like Eric Cantor baring …
WyoFile editor discusses fracking in radio interview
My apologies for this late post of my December 13 radio interview on Canadian Public Broadcasting about hydraulic fracturing …
COLD SNAP RUNNER-UP: Twilight descends on a calm day over a frozen Fremont Lake. (David J. Bell/WyoFile)
The persistent low price of natural gas continues to push coal-bed methane gas operators in the Powder River Basin to the brink of bankruptcy, leaving …
WyoFile was floored with the amazing photography sent in to the 2011 Cold Snap Challenge. Picking a winner wasn’t easy, but it happened:
"Bison Caravan" — …
The Sage Grouse reacts to recent comments by GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich about going after “activist judges.”
A Different Kind Of Icicle
A frozen waterfall stops short of the hot springs in Thermopolis. (Photo by Mike Willard/Flickr)
An examination of public records reveals how Cynthia Lummis became one of the richest members of Congress, with a wealth of business holdings throughout Wyoming.
A new park road law under consideration by state Congress includes a so-called “bicycle safety” provision that enthusiasts view as a threat to their sport.
The Sage Grouse contemplates how current term limits have fallen victim to extended campaign seasons, essentially neutering the opportunity for real policy work.
Salazar wants Wyo-style sage grouse management across the West
At a press conference in Cheyenne today Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said Wyoming’s “core areas” sage grouse …
Two geese trek across an icy patch nearby the Bighorn River in Thermopolis. (Photo by Teresa Hooper/Flickr)
EPA Pavillion report stokes fire over fracking
An Environmental Protection Agency draft report on Thursday confirms that chemicals commonly used in hydraulic fracturing in the extraction …
Windsor drops bid for #26-2 well near Clark
This week Windsor Energy Group notified Shoshone National Forest and Wyoming Bureau of Land Management officials that it …
— This story was written in collaboration with the Rural West Initiative at the Bill Lane Center for the American West.
True to the frontier attitude …
Reprinted with permission from Environment & Energy Publishing, LLC. Not for republication by Wyoming media.
A federal appeals court last week upheld a Montana judge’s decision …
Abel lost long ago, Cain loses now
Folks, we in Wyoming were maybe not that far from the Great Fall, the exit from the Garden of …
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