An updated analysis conducted by Rocky Mountain Power suggests it would lower costs for customers if it sped up the retirement of four power-generating units in Southwest Wyoming, including two units at the Jim Bridger Power Plant.
Perhaps the most-told ecological success story about the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is bringing back wolves, which sparked a trickle-down effect on the web of life around them that researchers are still debating.
The Trump administration’s elimination of a hallmark of the “war on coal” — an Obama-era moratorium on new coal leasing — was ruled unlawful Friday by a federal judge in Montana because the administration failed to consider the possible fallout from its decision.
In response to last week’s public outcry over the November death of Robbie Ramirez, Albany County commissioners are expressing a growing desire to publicly discuss a range of policing reforms called for by ACoPP — Albany County for Proper Policing — the advocacy group formed in the wake of Ramirez’s death.
Aquatic invasive species watercraft inspection stations opened in the Sheridan Region April 13 and on April 16, a boat checked at the Sheridan Visitor Center check station was found to be carrying a species of aquatic invasive mussels.