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By Breanna Ball, Wyoming Game and Fish Department JACKSON, Wyo. — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting workshops for
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A $1.17 million bid by Cheyenne-based JTL Group Inc. for road work in Converse County was among
This year’s 988 lifeline funding bill failed to meet a procedural deadline. But a budget amendment lawmakers adopted last week
The three plaintiffs experienced extended periods of isolation, one was taunted for a physical impairment, another was repeatedly strapped to
State joins Colorado, Utah and New Mexico in challenging federal grant program available through the Inflation Reduction Act.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — Two of the best football players ever to play at Wyoming, a dynamic volleyball player, a record-setting
Senate approves measures to defund often-targeted programs, but similar attempts fail in the House. Now, the two sides will need
Appointed to represent local governments on the regulatory reduction task force, former Jackson mayor says that was not his job.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A bill that would effectively end the market for hemp products containing delta-8 and other THC derivatives
Through the budgeting process, the secretary of state is being scrutinized by some in the Wyoming Legislature, which has a
Proponents of the measure say more time is needed to attract interest from prospective third parties that might assume the
UW was up eight with just over three minutes to play
One committee’s actions could be rendered null and void by the larger House’s budget amendment.
CASPER, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming Extension recently appointed Ellie Riske as the state’s 4-H youth livestock coordinator. Previously,
Bucking trends of insufficient child care capacity and expensive options, West fueled expansion of Evanston’s early childhood landscape.
These disclosures, which lawmakers and statewide electeds are required to submit every year, allow the public to monitor for potential
CASPER, Wyo. — A proposed bill to require live audio and/or video access to public meetings died in the Wyoming
Wardens and biologists are finding ever-expanding uses for unmanned aircraft, which are being deployed across the state and saving on
Amid vaccine skepticism and blood shortages, House Bill 115 would require asking the COVID-19/mRNA vaccine status of blood donors, providing
The Secretary of State’s Office confirmed Tuesday that the committee pushing a property tax cut initiative failed to file its
by Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile Gov. Mark Gordon’s push for carbon capture at coal-fired power plants and for pumping planet-warming carbon dioxide
by Breanna Ball, Wyoming Game and Fish Department CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Joint efforts by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department
House Bill 19 would have created $5K educational savings accounts that qualifying families could use for early childhood or non-public
[UPDATE: The suspect in a fatal police shooting is dead after fleeing from the home he’d barricaded himself in, the
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Campbell County authorities, including Gillette police, remain locked in a standoff with an armed man in Sheridan
In defiance of Senate President Odgen Driskill, the upper chamber voted to oust Sen. Tara Nethercott as chair of the
In his annual State of the State address, the governor rebutted his critics, took shots at the Biden administration and
CASPER, Wyo. — A woman who was the subject of a missing person search in Albany County has been found
In what could be the last filing in an appeal, Elk Mountain Ranch owner says he’s not blocking access, just
Park meetings kick off 30-day comment period on proposed alternatives for a new highway route in the northern quadrant of
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