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Wind farm proposed south of Laramie

ConnectGen, a renewable energy development company based out of Houston, Texas, has started the permitting stages of constructing a 504-megawatt wind farm stretching across public and private land on both sides of the highway.

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Scientists blast inaction on, denial of sage grouse troubles

In some 50 years of working as a sage grouse scientist, Clait Braun has seen it all. He’s witnessed the adoption of conservation plans, their subsequent dilution, the loss and degradation of sage grouse habitat, the waxing and waning of populations.

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Ousted Blackjewel CEO Hoops seeks more than $20 million

Former Blackjewel CEO Jeffery Hoops and businesses owned by him or his family seek at least $24.5 million from the estate of the coal company he was ousted from after it crashed into bankruptcy.

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Dominion fires oilfield worker after he saved 50 waterfowl

Dominion Energy fired an oilfield worker in Rock Springs after the employee saved an estimated 50 waterfowl from wastewater ponds.

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Group says legislators least conservative in five years

CASPER — Wyoming lawmakers are the least conservative they’ve been in five years, a new report from a top conservative group in Washington D.C. says.

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Supreme Court affirms termination of parental rights

CHEYENNE — The termination of a local woman’s parental rights was affirmed by the Wyoming Supreme Court in a court opinion issued last week.

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  • WBC set to hire new CEO after national search

    CASPER — The Wyoming Business Council is in the final steps of hiring a new CEO, and both finalists for the state economic development agency are based in Laramie.