Arch Coal: Coal Prices Will Determine Future Production Activity
The average sales price for PRB coal declined 30 cents per ton in the third quarter this year from the second quarter.
Legislative Commmittee Rejects Tax on Natural Gas Flaring
The proposal failed on an 8-2 vote Tuesday in Cheyenne after committee members concluded that the revenue raised from the tax wasn't worth the lawsuits that might challenge it.
PAWS Test To Stay For Now
It looks like the Wyoming Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS) test is going to be around for awhile.
South Dakota Governor To Speak At Gov. Mead’s Business Forum
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard (R-SD) will be a speaker at Gov. Matt Mead's (R-WY) 2nd Business Forum next month in Cheyenne.
Medicine Bow Conditions Vary, Check Before You Head Out
Forest officials say some roads might be closed while crews remove trees that have fallen on roads or are at risk of falling on roads.
Wolf Watchers: Hunters May Have Killed Five Members of Yellowstone Wolf Pack
Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department say it's impossible to determine if the two male and three female wolves killed recently in a hunt area northeast of Cody were all members of the Lamar Canyon Pack.
National Science Foundation Awards Grants for More Math and Science Teachers
The project is a partnership among UW, Northwest College, U.S. military services and school districts in Big Horn, Fremont, Goshen, Hot Springs, Laramie, Natrona, Uinta and Washakie counties.
Nebraska Supreme Court Orders New Trial for Cheyenne Man
Vencil Ash III, of Cheyenne, Wyo., was convicted last year of first-degree murder in Kimball County District Court.
Slow Growth Predicted in Midwest and Mountain States
The overall index for the report released Thursday rose to 54.3 in October from 52.4 in September. Any score above 50 suggests growth.
Gov. Mead Directs Agencies To Bring Furloughed Workers Back ASAP
A total of 239 state employees were on a partial or full furlough because of the budget impasse.