With winter weather--and higher heating bills--coming up over the next few months, Wyoming Public Service Commission Consumer Advocate Bryce Freeman says there are a number of simple steps you can take to keep your fuel bill down, adding most of them are free or relatively inexpensive.
The state Office of Consumer Advocate has reached an agreement with Cheyenne, Light, Fuel and Power and it's parent company, Black Hills Power, on a proposal to build a new power plant in Laramie County.
Rocky Mountain Power is asking for a rate increase for the sixth consecutive year, and the Wyoming Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing in Casper Friday to hear from ratepayers. Deborah Smith has a report. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says Wyoming teachers are becoming frustrated by the amount of standardized testing they must prepare students for. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The attack on Pearl Harbor 70 years ago sent U.S. farmers into production overdrive, helped by civilian victory gardens. Karen Snyder reports. State regulators have denied a hike in electric rates for out-of-town customers getting their power from Torrington. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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