Wyoming Governor to Consider New Coal Mine Bonding Rules
Wyoming's new regulations would factor in a company's credit rating in allowing a company to self-bond.
House Dems Introduce Measure to Revoke President’s Border Edict
A staff aide introduced the measure during a short pro forma session of the House in which Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., presided over an almost empty chamber.
New Owner of Wyoming Ski Resort Hotel Plans Improvements
Champion says the KDG should have a better idea of what else is in store for the hotel by the end of summer.
At Kraft Heinz, a Fed Investigation and a $15.4B Write-Down
JPMorgan analyst Ken Goldman said the entire strategy of 3G Capital to seek growth through cost cuts is now questionable.
Mueller Report Looming, New Attorney General in Hot Seat
Barr has said repeatedly that he disagrees with Comey's decision and considers it a mistake.
Lander Mental Health Unit Will Be Closed
It's unclear how much the closure will affect Fremont County's ability to provide mental health services to residents.
Survey: Banks Raising Farm Loan Collateral Requirements
Bankers from Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming were surveyed.
Wyoming Lawmakers Debate Boating-Under-Influence Limit
People operating non-motorized watercraft would continue to be subject to the 0.1-percent limit.
1 Found Dead After Fire in Northern Wyoming
Firefighter Andy Lindberg says the victim was an occupant of the hotel.
Sheridan City Council Authorizes Water Fluoridation Survey
Roberts says the city will contract a third-party firm to receive, validate and tabulate the survey results.