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SHERIDAN — For every dollar in taxes paid by the average family of four in Sheridan County, that same family receives $10.31 in services from the state, city, county and school district. A …

KEMMERER — In a solemn and sobering — and, at times, quite dramatic — weeklong trial at the Third Judicial District Court in Kemmerer, the haunting details of child abuse and murder …

JACKSON — About an hour into a meeting two weeks ago about the future of feeding on the National Elk Refuge, biologists and outfitters hit an impasse. The disagreement was about a number, …

GILLETTE — A little over a week ago, the Biden administration finalized a rule that compels coal power plants and new natural gas-fired power plants to cut or capture 90% of their climate …

Litigation over how Wyoming funds public education is on track for a full trial after a Laramie County district court judge on Wednesday dismissed the state’s request to decide part of the case …

One of the state’s top hired lawyers predicts Wyoming and other coal proponents will prevail in federal court to stop the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new coal pollution rules …

CHEYENNE — ECL Entertainment (ECL) announced today that, alongside its joint venture partner, Clairvest Group Inc., it has entered into an agreement to purchase Wyoming Downs. ECL will operate …

POWELL (WNE) — The Powell Amish community has grown to 15 families and now has enough children to create a school. On Tuesday the Park County commissioners approved the construction of a …

POWELL (WNE) — What started as a complaint about illegal camping in the Bighorn Mountains last year recently resulted in a felony conviction. On July 22, the Bighorn National Forest …

Even after passing a suite of new laws directing state regulators to prohibit utility costs that “do not benefit” Wyoming ratepayers, legislators are still seeking avenues to resist the …

Eating your veggies will be a lot easier for Wyoming residents with the new grant program from Feeding Laramie Valley. Funding is now available for innovative, community-based projects that focus on …

Gov. Mark Gordon has promised to sue over a new suite of federal rules that most observers agree will hasten the U.S. thermal coal industry’s trajectory toward extinction — an existential …

SUBLETTE COUNTY (WNE) — A female skier amid a multi-week trek across the Wind River Mountain Range became severely ill near Downs Mountain and needed to be rescued from an elevation of 13,355 …

ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) -— The Western Wyoming Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of the college’s next president, Dr. Kirk Young during the board’s …

RIVERTON — From her home in the South Carolina countryside town of Six Mile, Lorraine Finazzo typically spends her weekdays managing construction projects for a New York City real estate …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — In advance of the 2024 election, the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office has published its 2024 Campaign Guide. The 2024 Campaign Guide provides candidates, campaign …

JACKSON (WNE) — Just weeks before the legal antler hunt season on public lands opens May 1 for Wyoming residents and May 8 for others, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced stiff …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., formally announced his intention to seek re-election to another six-year term on Wednesday. Last month, Barrasso announced he will run for …

CHEYENNE — Wyoming elected officials, as well as various wilderness and conservation organizations, responded to the Biden administration’s finalization of a new rule allowing public …

ROCK SPRINGS — In a recent move prompted first by legislative changes, Sweetwater County Commissioners unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday, April 16, allowing out-of-state off-road vehicles …

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