Jason Lillegraven’s study of Carbon Basin geology has him convinced that DKRW’s project has too many faults.
An old rusted T-Model rests on a hill in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Joe McCarthy to go on “trial” April 7
Joe McCarthy and two other U.S. Senators will face charges in a mock trial in Cheyenne on April …
Judge rules to try Skip Crooks for intentionally throwing punch that sent Darryn Davis to hospital. Some evidence may support self-defense case for Crooks.
The demonstration against dozens of small slights Natives experience off the reservation grew with outrage over the attack on Darryn Davis.
A settlement between Wyoming ranchers and the Bureau of Land Management over herd management has mustang advocates crying foul.
It is dry, but land managers are “cautiously optimistic” about the upcoming fire season.
Liz Cheney definitely looks like a U.S. Senate candidate from Wyoming, but Mike Enzi may not be going anywhere, leaving her political future uncertain.
WyoFile’s readers reacted passionately, even immoderately, to our post about a violent encounter outside a Riverton bar. They made some good points.
A set of locked wooden doors of an alley in Powell, Wyoming.
Two environmental groups are asking Wyoming regulators to revoke a key permit for Two Elk Power Co.’s proposed “waste coal” power plant in northeast Wyoming …
After first trying to delay a hearing before Wyoming regulators to buy more time to modify its construction schedule, Houston-based DKRW Advanced Fuels LLC today …
Closing Fremont County’s juvenile detention center means placing young offenders in neighboring counties and states while renewing the movement to keep kids out of jail.
Some undocumented workers who came to Wyoming as kids can now legally work, but they need driver’s licenses.
Rep. Cynthia Lummis’ comparison of private vs. federal drilling left out some important facts.
One punch lands a Northern Arapaho man in the Wyoming Medical Center ICU and spurs talk of racism and sluggish policework.
Being a multi-generational Wyomingite doesn’t give anyone an innate sense of ability to determine what’s right for the state.
Jake Korell, one of Wyoming’s last true mountain men, died March 6. He was 98 years old and still trapping days before he died.
An abandoned train trailer sits among the weeds in Sheridan, Wyoming.
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