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Wyoming News from the Casper Star-Tribune
April 19th
A coal company denied a permit in northern Wyoming last year sought respite from Gov. Matt Mead and the head of the Department of Environmental Quality, apparently to no avail.
April 19th
DENVER — Tension over the drought-stressed Colorado River escalated into a public feud when four U.S. states accused Arizona’s largest water provider of manipulating supply and demand, potentially threatening millions of people in the United States and Me...
April 19th
LANDER -- The City of Lander has agreed to contribute another $50,000 to the “minimum revenue guarantee” for Denver Air Connection to serve Riverton Regional Airport.
April 19th
MOORCROFT -- Strata Energy, Inc. has submitted a request to the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality to amend its Permit to Mine to allow for the use of low-pH recovery solution in the Ross Permit Area of the Lance Projects…
April 19th
LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming is finalizing a salary policy to standardize the way pay raises are awarded for faculty and especially staff, many of whom are making significantly less than they would at other institutions, businesses and state…