Rep. Cyrus Western said Monday he does not plan to resign. "I'm going to let the voters have the final say on this one," said the Sheridan Republican, who is up for reelection next year.
Appelhans’ appointment signals a shift towards a more compassionate style of policing in the Albany County sheriff’s office, people who've worked with him in the past say.
Rep. Cyrus Western says he has since called newly appointed Albany County Sheriff Aaron Appelhans — a Black man — to apologize.
Some candidates have begun to clash ahead of next week's election.
The group allegeed coal firm Ramaco Carbon's mine plan lacked an adequate subsidence control plan or full traffic plan for haul roads, among other requirements under the Wyoming Environmental Quality Act.
Big questions that lawmakers have avoided in the past will need to be answered to address a gaping deficit in the state budget.
One of Wyoming's biggest breweries is expanding to Cheyenne. New legislation could make the process easier.
With both its world-renowned wildlife and vast troves of oil and gas, Wyoming has long tread the balance beam between conservation and development.