Low gas prices and bankruptcies leave landowners and the state stuck with collecting fees and cleaning up abandoned gas wells in the Powder River Basin.
The decline in the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout population has caused grizzly bears to shift their diet to elk calves in Yellowstone National Park.
The new right to pay lower tuition at public universities is based on an 1863 treaty that shows tribal lands extending into Idaho.
Refusing to hand Obama a success, Wyoming leaders refused to extend unemployment benefits, run our own health exchange, or expand help for sick, poor people.
Not everyone on the reservation makes it through high school. The community goes all out to celebrate the students who do.
The National Outdoor Leadership School is sponsoring a climb of Denali to inspire more diversity in the outdoor recreation.
Rock Springs events top Gov Mead’s public schedule
The following is Gov. Matt Mead’s public schedule for the week of May 21-26. Unless otherwise noted, events …
Two bison calf face off in a plain outside of Hot Springs State Park.
In the background of Wyoming’s independent Western ethos is the fact that the state gets billions in support from federal funds.
Wind River Tribal College and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh train Natives to teach on the reservation.
WyoHistory.org is a homegrown online encyclopedia of Wyoming history with over 300 articles curated by former Casper historian Tom Rea.
How successful can Wyoming’s partisan Senate delegation be when the federal government has shown an increasing willingness to take away mineral funds?
The new head of Wyoming Outdoor Council, the state’s oldest state-based conservation organization, talks about conservation issues in the state.
Gov Mead releases statewide energy plan
— May 13, 2013
(Press release:) Wyoming leads the nation in energy exports to the rest of the country and takes …
A black-and-white photo of a plain between the towns of Garland and Deaver, Wyoming.
In the case of coal-bed methane, Wyoming officials are left with a large number of small wells at risk of being orphaned. Whereas Wyoming typically …
Wyoming task force to take over federal lands will accept public comment
— May 9, 2013
Wyoming’s “Task Force on Transfer of Public Lands” will meet at …
Parcels for August oil and gas lease sale up for public review
— May 9, 2013
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wyoming State Office has posted …
Feds open public scoping for new oil and gas drilling in Sweetwater County
— May 7, 2013
The Bureau of Land Management Rock Springs Field Office recently …
Incoming University of Wyo. president Robert Sternberg has a set of fundraising priorities that don’t put capital construction at the top of the list.
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