Artists staying at Sheridan County’s artist residencies are often impressed by our vast, open spaces, mountain vistas and the abundance of stars in our night sky; yet, other than landscape painters, most artists in residence devote their time in our area to ongoing studio projects
In a public records dispute between the University of Wyoming and Wyoming news organizations, an attorney for former UW President Laurie Nichols has asked Albany County district court Judge Tori Kricken to show Nichols the records related to her ouster that are currently being considered for public release.
President Trump has proved to the 21st century that Lord Acton’s 19th-century maxim still holds: Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Keepers of the Fire, a UW student organization, held a demonstration on campus Monday in support of native peoples and the movement to abolish Columbus Day — and to celebrate instead Indigenous People’s Day.
A string of bankruptcies have ravaged Wyoming coal country this year, as operators erase outstanding tax, labor and reclamation debts during court proceedings, leaving counties and taxpayers facing unexpected budget shortfalls.
At the start of the summer, Gov. Mark Gordon sat down with top officials within Wyoming’s economic development think tank, ENDOW, with orders to pare down the group’s ambitious economic development agenda into something smaller and more incremental than the grand 20-year vision crafted under the administration of his predecessor, Matt Mead.