The State Loan and Investment Board approved a $9.35 million loan for Innovive to build a biotech manufacturing center as part of its expanding business in Cheyenne.
Northern Arapaho tribal members will have a chance to determine the tribe’s actions — and the future of its tribal chairman — this weekend amid decisions their leaders have made regarding casino operations and the employment of longtime advisers.
A Cloud Peak Energy Corp. auction for its Powder River Basin coal assets scheduled for Thursday has been pushed back a week until Aug. 15.
Thomas Spatafore worked as a seasonal weed technician for Teton County Weed and Pest for a decade.
A man was arrested on federal sex trafficking charges in Cheyenne.
Student-athletes across Laramie County School District 1 are just a few short days from practice starting for fall sports.
Between Devil’s Tower and the South Dakota state line, along a pine-covered hillside, sits Aladdin, population 15.
Riverton is inching closer to having a new nonprofit hospital in town, with a local group of prominent residents hoping to break ground on the facility this fall.
Farmers along the Fort Laramie-Gering Irrigation Canal are looking to the skies for rain, to the heavens for answers and to a team of engineers and heavy equipment operators to figure out a way to get the canal flowing as their crops are going on three weeks without irrigation after a tunnel along the canal collapsed on July 17, which has caused the canal to go dry.
Contura Energy Inc. plans to reinstate about 500 jobs immediately at the locked out Belle Ayr and Eagle Butte coal mines now that it’s been given a green light to buy the mines from bankrupt Blackjewel LLC on Tuesday.
At least four more people have been recently arrested and are facing charges for their connection to the William “Bill” Lee meth distribution ring.
About 600 locked out coal workers from Blackjewel LLC’s Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr mines will have to continue to wait for U.S. Bankruptcy Court approval to sell the mines to Contura Energy Inc.
A bipartisan federal transportation bill backed by Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., would increase funding by 27% and start to help Wyoming address massive infrastructure needs.
Nearly 600 Blackjewel LLC coal workers in Wyoming and West Virginia may see a monthlong forced layoff end soon after the company has agreed to sell a trio of mines to Contura Energy Inc.
The Northern Arapaho Business Council has filed a lawsuit against its former longtime law firm, Lander-based Baldwin, Crocker & Rudd.
An Albany County jury convicted a 48-year-old Kansas woman Wednesday of aggravated homicide by vehicle for the 2018 death of 57-year-old Laramie man Vidal Madera after apparently falling asleep behind the wheel.
Wyoming and two neighboring states lost decision-making authority over grizzly bears with a federal judge’s ruling more than 10 months ago, but it wasn’t until this week that the federal government formally completed the paperwork to comply.
Sixteen people representing a wide range of interests have been named to the committee that will help select the next president of the University of Wyoming.
If Contura Energy is successful in a bid to reacquire two Powder River Basin coal mines, it could become even more difficult for Campbell County to collect $37 million in unpaid taxes on the properties.
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