U.S. Rig Count Up By 9 This Week To 907; Wyoming Unchanged
Texas lost two rigs and West Virginia decreased by one.
Holocaust Hoax Fliers Taken Down at Univ. of Wyoming
The university removed the fliers, and UW President Laurie Nichols condemned their contents.
Wyoming Legislators Offer Steps Toward Streaming Interim Meetings
The panel also suggested developing a pilot program for streaming committee meetings held outside Cheyenne in 2018.
National Weather Service Testing New Snow Squall Warnings
The warning system is being tested in areas of New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Michigan and Wyoming.
Court Declines to Reconsider Wyoming Boundary Case
A panel of three judges ruled 2-1 in February against an Environmental Protection Agency opinion that said Riverton was on the reservation.
Wyoming Governor: ‘Economic Storm’ Over; Better Days Ahead
Even so, Mead says Wyoming should look to technology to diversify its economy.
Wyoming Proposes Stronger Rules For Coal Clean Up
The state's proposed changes don't end self-bonding, but they do make it harder to qualify.
Voters Defeat Tax Ballot Issues in 2 Wyoming Counties
Voters in Campbell County on Tuesday defeated a proposed quarter-cent excise tax for Gillette College and economic development.
Wyoming Lawmakers Consider Tax Increase for Tourism
The panel will vote next month on whether to submit the proposal to the full Legislature next February.
Wyoming Lawmakers Consider Raising Cigarette Tax By $1
The state's current cigarette tax of 60 cents is lower than every neighboring state except Idaho.