Staffing issues at the Wyoming State Penitentiary in Rawlins and the Wyoming Women’s Center in Lusk could jeopardize prison safety, Wyoming Department of Corrections Director Bob Lampert told lawmakers in Casper on Thursday.
GILLETTE — Cloud Peak Energy Corp., one of the Powder River Basin’s largest coal mine operators, has accepted a bid from Navajo Transitional Energy Co. to buy “substantially all of Cloud Peak Energy’s assets.”
CHEYENNE – Black Tooth Brewery of Sheridan plans to open its second location in Cheyenne’s West Edge sometime this fall, and residents can get an early taste of what’s on the way at Edge Fest next weekend.
RAWLINS – City officials and developers are once again looking to develop Tin Can Hill, a former landfill and now an uninhabited storm water runoff area directly south of the Carbon County Detention Center.
In the first 100 days in his role as the president and CEO of the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance last fall, Brad Enzi said he completed an assessment of where the group was and where it needed to go, something he considered “fun and eye-opening.”
CHEYENNE – Cheyenne Regional Airport reached an important milestone when American Airlines Flight 3117 departed at 5:46 a.m. Aug. 6, bound for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
TORRINGTON – A pair of stakeholder meetings held by the Goshen Irrigation District in Wyoming and the Gering-Fort Laramie Irrigation District in Nebraska helped shed some light on some of the lingering questions local producers may have concerning the collapse of an irrigation tunnel along t…
CASPER — Farmers in the Platte River Valley affected by an irrigation tunnel collapse are beginning to lose hope that their crops will be salvageable this year.
CHEYENNE – Cheyenne Regional Airport has received a $350,000 federal airport infrastructure grant for a runway reconstruction design project.
CHEYENNE – One of Cheyenne’s favorite places to get cookies unexpectedly closed its doors for good Thursday, but not before a line of customers descended upon the store for one last treat.
CHEYENNE – An effort to change the state’s trespass laws to punish violators even if they were unaware they were on private property failed to make it out of committee Thursday.
CASPER — Coal giant Contura Energy has yet to complete the purchase of two Wyoming mines from bankrupt operator Blackjewel, according to a quarterly report released Wednesday.
CHEYENNE – Preliminary reports as of two weeks prior to the start of the upcoming fall semester show a headcount increase in first-time freshman and high school students at Laramie County Community College compared to the same time last year.
CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Legislature will consider allowing state agencies to pay for relocation costs for staff who move up the leadership ladder in a bid to retain high-performing employees.
LARAMIE – The Wyoming Technology Business Center is relaunching e2e Wyoming with a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 20, from 4:30-6 p.m. at the downtown Coal Creek Tap, located at 108 Grand Ave.
Laramie’s own Premier Bone & Joint Centers is expanding its services, celebrating the groundbreaking of its new state-of-the-art Surgery and Physical Therapy Center on Wednesday evening.
Though Wyoming miners and local businesses struggle with unpaid debts and though tens of millions of dollars in state and county revenue could be wiped off the books, not all those owed money by Blackjewel will walk away empty handed.
CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Legislature has danced around the idea of tolling Interstate 80 for more than a decade. In 2020, it appears lawmakers will hit the tolling dance floor.
City of Laramie officials asked University of Wyoming officials last week to develop a long-range vision for its expansion that will allow the city to accommodate utility needs for the coming decades.
TORRINGTON — Both the Goshen Irrigation District and the Gering-Fort Laramie Irrigation District held public meetings on Monday, Aug. 12 to discuss the status of an irrigation tunnel that collapsed on July 17, and leaders of both districts were very clear about one thing: there is no timetab…
CASPER — Investigations into multiple Wyoming coal ash ponds operated by the state’s largest utility company revealed groundwater contamination far exceeded federal limits. The results have prompted the company to consider corrective measures and solicit public comments this month.