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Zach Buchel, originally from the suburbs of Chicago, started out working in soup kitchens after college. He has been living in Cody, Wyoming for the past seven years. Buchel says he started FarmTableWest to connect good people with good food. On his decision to move back to Wyoming, Buckel says, “I’m not really a person…

W.Y.D.O.T. will soon have the resources needed to make Wyoming roads and highways more amendable to a future of electric vehicles. Wyoming will soon receive nearly four million dollars of federal money for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula. The funds will be expressly used to facilitate electric vehicle infrastructure development, especially charging stations,…

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality is in the post-pandemic spirit, offering energy efficiency audits to regional breweries and distilleries. Thanks to a recent influx of federal money, the department is looking to extend a different type of financial assistance to Wyoming businesses. The new program is offering grants for breweries and distilleries to get…

A second Wyoming coal mine is set to close this year in the Powder River Basin. The Coal Creek mine, owned by Arch Resources Inc., announced the closure on Tuesday over the next two years as the company transitions away from thermal coal to metallurgic coal. Powder River Basin mines produce about 40% of the…


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