After they paid $7,820, two groups followed through on threats to sue the state auditor saying she’s been too slow fulfilling their request.
Conservationists say a female bear that died in 2017 wasn’t counted when Wyoming set its hunting season and a key part of a scheduled hunt should be stopped.
The University of Wyoming rushed to approve a controversial new recruiting campaign, but why not add the ‘Cowboy-in-chief’ to the effort?
U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and U.S. Sen. John Barrasso are in step with the Trump administration in trying to limit public input and participation in natural resource affairs, critics say.
A citizen advisory board for the Department of Environmental Quality last week ended its holdout over charging fees for public records requests.
A multi-institutional collaboration aims to learn why wild sheep near Dubois are struggling, and to identify solutions to their decades-long decline.
Jackson residents hosted a delegation from their sister city Lienz, Austria, in early July and escorted some of them on a scenic float of the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park.