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Boundary suit briefs complete; arguments months off

Lawyers have finished filing mountainous briefs in a case pitting the federal government and two Indian tribes against the state of Wyoming and local ...

Can coal fix it?

It might be the only way to thrive

No industry in Wyoming has a better record for using innovation to solve threatening problems than coal. That ...

One is not the other

Trying to link the Center of Hope shootings to the EPA border issue doesn't help either issue

Attempts to mold the Center of Hope shootings of July ...

States say EPA failed to warn them about river sludge

LAS VEGAS -- As the Environ-mental Protection Agency continued to monitor 3 million gallons of mine waste released into Colorado's Animas River, residents in ...

Conservation group in Lander supportive of Clean Power Plan

Last week, President Barack Obama released the final version of his plan to combat climate change by requiring states to decrease carbon dioxide emissions from ...

EPA terminates grants to tribes, citing failure to cooperate jointly

Decision added to boundary case update

The Environmental Protection Agency has terminated its grants to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho ...

New 'WOTUS' proposal a 'bad, bad rule,' lawmaker says; pushback predicted

The Waters of the United States proposal is nothing more than Washington, D.C., trying to dictate how Wyoming and other states regulate water, says state Sen. ...

More joining suits against new EPA reg on water

HELENA, Mont. (AP) -- Nine environmental conservation groups have joined the surge of states and businesses suing the federal government over a new water ...

Delegation pushing energy agenda

Wyoming's federal delegation agrees with a recent statement by Gov. Matt Mead emphasizing the future of the state's coal industry requiring access to coastal ...

DEQ draft on Pavillion-area water due by August

The report's conclusions could have an effect beyond Wyoming, as some of the first worries about hydraulic fracturing in the United States arose because of ...

EPA is 'completely out of hand,' so it's good the Supreme Court noticed it

Editor:
As was said in the newspaper editorial, the Supreme Court has noticed what the EPA is doing and told the EPA to slow it down. I am glad the court is ...

EPA and the court

Obscured by the same-sex marriage case, another ruling could affect Wyoming more

As it concluded its session this week, the U.S. Supreme Court issued ...

Hospital can join EPA lawsuit on rez border

SageWest Health Care at Riverton, formerly Riverton Memorial Hospital, may argue that a federal agency's determination that Riverton and surrounding areas ...

Hospital to oppose EPA in boundary case

Riverton Memorial Hospital maintains that a recent medical malpractice case filed against it in tribal court on the Wind River Indian Reservation underscores ...

Leaders tee off on waterway regs from EPA

Wyoming officials say they're disappointed with water quality regulations the federal government released Wednesday that would extend federal authority over ...

EPA ought to concern itself with more important tribal jurisdictions than Riverton's

Editor:
Where does it say the EPA has any authority to return lands to the Native Americans? If, in fact, they do, why don't they go after some real ...

Professors side with tribes in boundary dispute

Their point is not whether Riverton is part of the reservation but, rather, that it doesn't make much difference administratively.

Eight law ...

Judge refuses to let Yellowbear join border challenge

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday denied Andrew Yellowbear's request to join a lawsuit affecting the boundary of the Wind River Indian Reservation. ...

Arapaho tribe asks court to deny Yellowbear a place in border lawsuit

The Northern Arapaho Tribe filed a brief Friday opposing Andrew John Yellowbear's recent request to join a lawsuit affecting the boundary of the Wind River ...

Yellowbear asks to join agency in defending rez border

The convicted killer's interest in the EPA case has to do with law enforcement jurisdiction.

Convicted baby killer Andrew John Yellowbear has ...

 
 

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