Cheney: Mueller Summary Confirms What GOP Already Knew
Cheney plays a key role in Republican messaging as conference chair for the Republican minority in the U.S. House.
Cheyenne Looking at Higher Recycling Costs
The reason is China is taking less recycled material from overseas.
Wyoming Coal Mines Likely to Reduce Production This Year
Peabody Energy operates the North Antelope Rochelle, Rawhide and Caballo mines.
Wyoming Justices Uphold Sentence in Killings, Dismemberment
Kirk Morgan with the State Public Defender's Office, which represented Montano, declined to comment.
Colorado Coal Production Dipped in 2018
The state says that as of the end of 2018, 1,160 coal miners worked in Colorado, up slightly from 1,119 at the end of 2017.
Prison Recommended in Wyoming Perjury Case
A felony count of forgery and a misdemeanor count of interference with a peace officer were dismissed under the agreement.
Wyoming Legislature’s Interim Topics Finalized
The committee will also examine taxing wind and other renewables.
Wyoming Lawmaker Wants To Impose Tolls On I-80
Should Interstate 80 be a toll road?
U.S.-Allied Syrian Force Declares Victory Over Islamic State
On Saturday, the Syrian Democratic Forces raised their bright yellow banner from a shell-pocked house where the militants once flew their notorious black flag.
Lawsuit Challenges Utah Plan to Get Water From Flaming Gorge
Bureau of Reclamation spokesman Marlon Duke declined to comment on the lawsuit, saying the agency can't respond until it is formally served with the lawsuit.