Wyoming's esteemed legislators choose to fund University of Wyoming athletes instead of family literacy and other educational programs.
Lawmakers' use of private business center to conduct legislative work as the Capitol Building is renovated means fewer opportunities for the public to assemble peacefully.
Many people in Wyoming are victims of over-the-phone scams, so Kerry Drake shares his advice and some resources to help mute unwanted calls.
Candidates in 2016 ought to be made to clearly state their position on raising the state minimum wage of $5.15 to the state’s living wage.
The controversy about immigration is nothing new to Wyoming which, in the 1920s and ’30s, sought to discourage "undesirable" races from moving to the state to practice medicine.