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U.S. Attorney fraud specialist reviews Two Elk stimulus project

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By Rone Tempest, WyoFile.com contributor

— Originally published at WyoFile.com on April 16, 2013

Future of full-scale energy development in Wyoming may rely on ‘ecological currency’

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By Dustin Bleizeffer | WyoFile.com

The private Sweetwater River Conservancy northeast of Rawlins has been spending about $1 million annually for the past several years gathering an inventory of existing natural resources for what might one day become “ecological currency”

Locals say DKRW’s coal-to-gasoline plant needs more scrutiny

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By Allen Best

WyoFile.com

DKRW Advanced Fuels’ first proposed its Medicine Bow Fuel & Power coal-to-liquids complex in Carbon County about eight years ago. It’s supposed to be the first of its kind in the United States and, according to some, one of the cleanest energy plants in the world.

Two Elk coal-fired power plant granted another delay

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By Dustin Bleizeffer
WyoFile.com

After 17 years of promises and delays, the Wyoming Industrial Siting Council on Monday granted Two Elk Power Co. another extension on its construction commencement date.

Environmental groups ask Wyoming to revoke Two Elk coal-fired power plant permit

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By Dustin Bleizeffer WyoFile.com

Juvenile justice without a juvenile jail

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The sign above the entrance of the Northern Arapaho Nation Department of Family Services in Arapahoe, Wyoming. Representatives of the tribe have pushed harder than ever for a jail on the reservation. (Ron Feemster/WyoFile — click to view)
By Ron Feemster
Originally published March 19, 2013 on WyoFile

Dreamers seek driver’s licenses in Wyoming

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Under new federal rules, immigrants follow the above filing process to enroll in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has denied licenses to multiple immigrants enrolled in the program, prompting objections from immigration lawyers. (Courtesy United States Customs and Immigration Service — click to view)
By Gregory Nickerson
Originally published March 19, 2013 on WyoFile

Reservation schools’ federal aid slashed in sequestration

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Elementary school children wait on the bus outside Wyoming Indian High School for the older students to get out of school. (Ron Feemster/WyoFile — click to view)
By Ron Feemster
March 12, 2013

Three school districts on the Wind River Indian Reservation are scrambling to find ways to cut their budgets without harming student programs paid for with federal funding that sequestration cut sharply earlier this month.

Injection well case highlights energy vs. water challenge in Wyoming

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By Dustin Bleizeffer

Wyoming’s senators choose politics over protecting women

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Congressional staffers gathered Tuesday to hear why the House should move to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso were among 20 GOP senators who voted against reauthorizing the VAWA. (Safiya Merchant/Medill — click to view)
Guest column by Kerry Drake
February 26, 2013

Wyoming lawmakers revisit school accountability law after Hill clash

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A banner hangs on the wall outside the entrance to Supt. Cindy Hill’s new office in the Barrett Building. A clash between lawmakers and the Superintendent of Public Instruction led to her removal from the Department of Education. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile — click to view)
By Gregory Nickerson

The latest in Wyoming’s long line of anti-labor legislation

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Guest column by Kerry Drake
Originally published February 19, 2013 on WyoFile.com

Two bills passed by the Wyoming House and Senate last week are tantamount to state-sanctioned theft of workers’ wages and benefits.

Cheyenne’s focus on feds fails to solve reservation’s jurisdiction woes

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By Ron Feemster
WyoFile.com
February 19, 2013

So where is that Wyoming health care solution?

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Guest column by Kerry Drake
WyoFile.com
Originally published at WyoFile on February 12, 2013

A Compounding Connection; Texas pharmacy leads Barrasso donors

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By Rone Tempest
WyoFile.com

Originally published at WyoFile.com February 12, 2013

Gov and legislators clash on savings, agree on spending

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The Legislative Conference Room in the Wyoming State Capitol. The Joint Appropriations Committee and Gov. Matt Mead differ over how much money to save and how to save it. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile — click to enlarge)
By Gregory Nickerson
February 5, 2013

Wyo high school student petitions to include senior portrait with gay pride flag

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Worland High School senior Matt Jolley. School officials say the inclusion of the gay pride flag may be too political for inclusion in the school’s yearbook unless Jolley buys an ad for its placement.

by Dustin Bleizeffer - WyoFile.com

Fat bike festival aims to increase winter access

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by Kelsey Dayton, WyoFile.com
Originally published on January 22, 2012

“Wouldn’t it be cool,” Scott Fitzgerald says, “if you could throw your fat bike onto a snow coach and go to Old Faithful. Spend the night and during the day bike around the geysers?”