Wyoming Historian Dan Lyon will be presenting “Before Heart Mountain; Union Pacific Railroad’s Controversial Hiring of Japanese Immigrant Labor” on October 14, at 7 pm in the Wyoming State Museum classroom, located at 2301 Central Avenue in Cheyenne.
This public talk is part o
Governor Mark Gordon is continuing the State of Wyoming's partnership with the Japan Coal Energy Center (JCOAL) in a collaborative effort to promote and strengthen the coal industry.
The two entities renewed an MOU in July. The collaboration includes work to develop a Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) test project at the Wyoming Integrated Test Center in Gillette...
After 1941, December 7 was supposed to be a day that would forever live in infamy. Unfortunately, as the years pass it seems that remembrances of this day are becoming more infrequent. It's my opinion that it's time to teach a new generation why this day must always be remembered.
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