Residents of a central Wyoming community will be looking to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for more answers Wednesday to their questions about pollution in their water wells. The EPA has scheduled a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. to present its latest data on groundwater pollution in the Pavillion area in Fremont County. The meeting will take place at Wind River Middle/High School in Pavillion. Some residents blame gas drilling for polluting their water wells with hydrocarbons although any such link has yet to be
A convenience store chain has agreed to pay one-hundred-fifteen-thousand dollars to settle a federal lawsuit alleging it improperly fired an HIV-positive bakery clerk in Wyoming.
The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission last year sued Maverik, Inc., a Utah-based company that operates gas stations in Wyoming, Utah and other western states. The lawsuit charged the company fired the clerk two weeks after learning he was HIV-positive.