Jeremy and Cecilia Bay pose with a Wyoming Pearl Harbor survivor’s license plate they found while in Hawaii. (Courtesy Photo)
Posted on in Wyoming Life/News/military

The Mystery Of Wyoming Pearl Harbor Survivor No. 12

When Cheyenne residents Jeremy and Cecelia Bay saw a Wyoming Pearl Harbor Survivor license plate in a Hawaii pawnshop, they knew they couldn’t leave it there. That plate needed to go home. They couldn’t leave it behind. Keep Reading | 1194 words

Jay Drew, far left, with his wife Martha and the rest of the family that has relocated to Cheyenne, which includes Sterling, Avery, Kali DePrimo and Miles Deprimo. Drew works remotely in Wyoming for a Phoenix, Arizona, employer. (Courtesy Photo)
Posted on in Jobs/News/wyoming economy

Remote Workers Coming To Wyoming For The Outdoors, Quality Of Life

Wyoming officials see attracting remote workers to the Cowboy State as a way to diversify its labor pool, while remote workers already here say the outdoors and quality of life are why they moved here. Keep Reading | 1783 words

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Posted on in Northern Arapahoe Tribe/Energy/News

Removal Of Coal/ Natural Gas Could Mean Wyoming And Neighbors Face Blackouts This Winter

The elimination of coal- and natural gas-fired electrical generation removed 18 gigawatts of power from the Western grid. Energy assessments of Wyoming’s electrical resources and those of its neighbors are showing increasing risk of blackouts should the West face extreme cold this winter. Keep Reading | 1245 words

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