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A Casper company is planning to build a facility in Fort Laramie that will transfer oil from pipelines onto trains. Bridger Pipeline Vice President...
The U.S. Energy Information Administration released its “Today in Energy” brief today, which details, among other things, coal exports from the U.S...
The Casper City Council repealed the smoking ban for bars and private clubs yesterday, despite opposition from the mayor and some council members....
Governor Matt Mead’s office interviewed current and former employees of the Wyoming Department of Education about Superintendent Cindy Hill’s...
A study commissioned by the Center for American Progress found that voters in western states think that there should be more balance between...
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- G-8 Nations Pledge To Crack Down On Corporate Tax Evaders The world's wealthiest nations are promising to fight what they call the scourge of tax evasion. This week's meeting of the Group of Eight...