May 20th, 2016

Credit Melodie Edwards

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An Uneven Exchange: Coal Miners Versus Coal Consumers

Budget Cuts Before Taxes

Health Department Braces For Serious Budget Cuts

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Cease Dell Creek Wolf Pack Kill

Wyoming Fire Danger Is Low

Transgender Laramie Teen Running For School Board Amid School Policy Debate

Albany County School District was on its way to becoming the first in Wyoming to pass a policy protecting transgender students. Now, amid national debate, school officials are dragging their feet. As Wyoming Public Radio’s Aaron Schrank reports, one transgender high-schooler who helped draft that policy is now running for a seat on the school board to try to salvage it.

High Utility Costs Force Hard Decisions For The Poor

Conference Brings STEM Careers To Girls For A Day – And Hopefully More