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June 07, 2016
Zarif Khan left his village on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan in the early 1900s. He made it to Sheridan, Wyoming, and made a fortune making tamales.
November 05, 2016
The energy sector was a bright spot in middle America, but as oil prices fell, that too has turned dark.
June 26, 2018
Wyoming is a coal state. But it’s becoming a wind state, too.
Coal has driven Wyoming’s economy for decades. The state sits on hundreds of years of coal reserves. But the world is slowly moving away from coal, leaving some towns at a crossroads.
September 22, 2018
For hundreds of years, beavers "kept North America hydrated," says environmental author Ben Goldfarb. Now, some farmers, ranchers and land managers are advocating that we let them do their job again.
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