The state stands to gain millions if the hotly-debated infrastructure package working its way through Congress passes. The state has ideas of how to spend the windfall on much needed projects. Wyoming’s federal delegation, however, has problems with the current legislation.
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Decision will trim the award by an arbitration panel to Thermopolis area rancher Josh Longwell by $205,483.
Most midterm candidates seem to be running on a platform of partisan purity, which is exactly what the political parties want, Dodson writes.
A Lander-based angler lost this beautiful rainbow trout but gained a unique photograph and a quintessentially Wyoming experience.
Trails, parks and forest lands are on track for another big season of visitation. Land managers are starting to eye solutions for negative impacts.