Industrial adaptation has proven a key to long-term economic survival.
On Dec. 10, 1869, Wyoming Territory passed a groundbreaking law.
Sheridan offers immediate access to outdoor adventures, whether through local parks, trails or easy access to the Bighorn Mountains.
They have hardware, software and fiber-optic cable line.
Wyoming has influenced dozens of well-known authors, including Ernest Hemingway, who spent time at ranches across northern Wyoming and the Sheridan Inn, according to the Wyoming State Historical Society.
While the future of Wyoming’s coal industry looks bleak, state leaders believe the Cowboy State may engineer a future for the sector that’s long served as the backbone of its economy through carbon capture and storage, a process that could mitigate or potentially eliminate carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.