Wyoming – The closure of the University of Wyoming's Geological Museum has raised public ire - including a petition with 1,800 signatures and counting. Wyoming Public Radio's Addie Goss speaks both to UW Provost Myron Allen about how the University is responding to criticism, and to Brent Breithaupt, the former Director and Curator of the museum.
Wyoming – Board meetings at St. John's Hospital in Jackson have been anything but peaceful in recent months. Some people on the Board of Trustees want the hospital's CEO fired. Addie Goss talks with Angus Thuermer, co-editor of the Jackson Hole News & Guide, which has been following the hospital saga.
Wyoming – The Safari Club at the Days Inn in Thermopolis is a big hit with visitors. Owner Jim Mills goes on big game hunts nearly every year, bringing back so many exotic game trophies he's run out of room in the hotel. Mills recently gave Wyoming Public Radio's Addie Goss the tour.
Wyoming – The Wyoming Department of Transportation plans to build a five-lane highway south of Jackson. Community members say that would jeopardize wildlife, scenery, and open space. Wyoming Public Radio's Rebecca Huntington reports.
Wyoming – In May, the Sinclair Wyoming Refining Company reported both a gasoline spill and a series of toxic gas releases. Wyoming Public Radio's Molly Messick looks into whether the refinery reported these issues early enough and how the townspeople of Sinclair feel about it all.