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Colorado bull rider suffers fatal injuries at Wyoming rodeo

RAWLINS — A memorial service was scheduled for Sunday for a Colorado bull rider who suffered fatal injuries while competing in a Wyoming ro… Read more

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Natural gas-power to hit near record highs as coal-use hovers lower

Natural gas use is projected to hit near record highs as people crank the air conditioning over the hot summer months, while coal’s share o… Read more

Coal-bed methane's leftover roads and Revelation Energy's legal tangles

Have an event, trend or general energy happening you’d like to see in the Energy Journal newsletter? Send it to Star-Tribune energy reporte… Read more

Wyoming wildfire danger slightly lower than typical

The Badger Creek Fire has burned for more than a month along the Colorado border, consuming more than 21,000 acres in the process. Six hour… Read more

Museum hosts annual Caspar Collins Day

Rick Young is the director of Fort Caspar Museum, a city-owned facility supported by the city and associated groups. He’s been at the fort … Read more

National labor shortage hits Cody restaurants

CODY — Five years ago, when Michael Bruce would post an ad for a position at Hungry Bear, the Cody restaurant he owns with wife Alicia, he … Read more