People lined the railroad right-of-way west of Cheyenne on Saturday, waiting for a train to carry them back to an earlier time.
Wyoming’s temporary capitol should quickly, and mercifully, fade from memory for just about everyone who worked there
Lawmakers advanced four bills suggested by CJR experts to stem Wyoming’s prison crisis.
Republicans have already claimed half of the Wyoming House seats before a single ballot has been cast in the general election.
New law creates a graduated system of sanctions for parole and probation violators. Other reforms this session failed, but an “actual innocence” bill survived.