The decision to revive a bill attempting to nullify federal gun laws has raised concerns about transparency from committee chairman Sen. Brian Boner (R-Douglas), who had previously supported the measure.
Archives for May 2021
The state received the first installment of its massive windfall in COVID-19 recovery funds. Officials don’t yet know exactly how it’ll be spent.
Tungsten Heavy Powder agrees to pay feds to settle DOJ allegations that it misrepresented where its products were manufactured.
Wyoming’s polarized political environment is getting in the way of reaching our common goals: herd immunity and a return to normal.
May showers set the stage for a dramatic sky display on a recent evening in Sheridan as a rainbow arched over town.