Wyoming Regional Media Nonprofit WyoFile Has Been Diving Deep Into Local News for Almost Ten Years

As the saying goes in Wyoming, the state is “a small town with very long streets,” according to Matthew Copeland, a longtime Wyoming resident and freelancer who recently assumed the post of chief executive and editor at digital news outlet WyoFile.

The state’s small-town nature contributes to the success of a news organization like WyoFile, a statewide local news nonprofit that dives into stories like infant mortality on the Native American reservations in Wyoming, the impact of immigrants on the state’s economy, and investigations into the developers of a $10 million Department of Energy federal stimulus project, who were later hit with criminal charges by the U.S. Department of Justice.

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