The Cowboy State has expressed interest in doing its part to fight climate change. But it wants to do so under its own terms.
Zoe Crisp was one of two Wyoming students selected to participate in this year’s U.S. Senate Youth Program in March.
The conversation around a failed education bill reflects a larger debate that has escalated since The 1619 Project was published.
A state bill that seems specifically designed to address a development proposal in Teton County is expected to influence future local planning efforts.
A new report found that structural barriers, including financial challenges, underlie women’s underrepresentation in elected roles across Wyoming.
A six-person citizen committee spent the winter crafting a proposal for how the county can better address public safety needs.
WyoFile reporter Nick Reynolds discusses the state’s budget crisis, fossil fuel dependence and potential photo ID requirements at the polls.
Jackson’s newest elected officials bring unique outlooks to local government—along with very different campaign promises.
As the Joe Biden administration takes over, it’s unclear how future environmental policies and trends toward renewables will impact local utility companies that have historically depended on fossil fuels.