Rocky Mountain Power has asked the Wyoming Public Service Commission for a rate decrease totaling $17.6 million. For the average residential customer this will mean a decrease of 2.3 percent, or approximately $1.33, per month.
Rita Meyer, Rocky Mountain Power vice president said,
When customers’ rates are set, they include the anticipated variable costs of electricity such as coal, natural gas and
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A children's charity says Wyoming is locking up fewer juveniles but still ranks near the top of the nation.
The Associated Press reported Wednesday that the Annie E. Casey Foundation found Wyoming's juvenile detention rate was second-highest in the country, after South Dakota's...