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The national park will again allow ‘qualified volunteers’ to shoot exotic mountain goats that threaten a small, native herd of bighorn sheep.
Lawmakers have long wrestled with the question of whether to mandate two-person crews on freight trains. The feds could make that decision if package passes.
Five water storage projects underway in Wyoming would capture or use 115,000 acre-feet from an already strained basin. Wyoming is bent on accomplishing its goals.
Sheep-grazing allotments were closed in 2016, writes guest columnist George Wuerthner, under the assumption that livestock would never graze the area again, thus avoiding wildlife conflicts.
Officials use critical race theory to divert attention from governing failures, school funding crisis, Drake opines.
Lawmakers continue to rely on the ‘rainy day’ account to avoid major school funding cuts or tax increases.
'How can we confirm someone who's admitted to conspiring with terrorists?’ Barrasso asks during Thursday hearing.
Trump administration alum Catharine O’Neill, who some speculate could challenge Cheney, also a marquee guest.
Cheyenne Frontier Days returns to Laramie County. Amid the highest COVID-19 infection numbers in Wyoming, organizers and health officials urge caution.
Advocates are frustrated with $1M planned for mental health, substance abuse, arguing those services need much more.
Attending a short play in Lander opened up surprising channels of emotion, Geoffrey O’Gara writes in this essay.
Education Committee chairman says Wyoming should clarify its own instructional standards regarding “equality and equal rights.”