Coronavirus Delivers ‘Body Blow’ to Colorado’s Ski Industry
March is usually one of the busiest months for Colorado resorts.
White House, Congress Agree on $2 Trillion Virus Rescue Bill
The Senate is likely to pass the measure Wednesday afternoon.
Canadian Firm Starts US Prep Work for Keystone XL Pipeline
The company anticipates starting construction at a northern Montana border crossing next month.
US, Canada to Close Border to Nonessential Travel
The U.S. and Canada have agreed to temporarily close their shared border to nonessential travel.
Rush Limbaugh Says He’s Been Diagnosed With Lung Cancer
He’d been experiencing shortness of breath that he initially thought might be heart-related.
Jim Beam Fined in Massive Bourbon Spill That Killed Fish
The Courier-Journal reports the distiller agreed to the fine in a Dec. 6 order from the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet.
Wyoming Winter Driving Hazard: Salt-Loving Mountain Goats
The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that at least three goats were hit and killed by motorists over a five-day span in October and November near the tip of the Snake River Canyon south of Jackson.
Drilling Plans Near Cheyenne Raise Concern Among Landowners
Wyoming landowners have raised concerns about health risks after a potential drilling project was announced near city limits.
Operation Holiday Express Brings Gifts to US Troops in Syria
This year, Santa's sleigh and reindeer were apparently swapped for a workhorse CH-47 Chinook helicopter.
Most US Workers Still Pay Price of No Paid Parental Leave
That compares to 30% of wage earners in the top 25%.
US Buys Last Piece of Private Land Within Wyoming Wilderness
The purchase price was not released.
Person Rescued From Avalanche at Colorado Ski Resort
The avalanche started in an area of terrain that is inbounds but currently closed.