Gordon signs executive order protecting migrating wildlife, a measure said to be the first such effort in the nation.
As the 65th Wyoming Legislature gathers this week, new restorations to the Capitol building — including the rotunda — are on display.
University hired private attorneys in attempt to block the release of records outlining the board of trustees’ investigation into Nichols.
Bill backed by Gov. Mark Gordon forces utilities to implement carbon capture but allows them to pass costs on to consumers’ electrical bills.
Following rousing speech, lawmakers are leaping over one another to answer Gov. Mark Gordon’s call to defend the energy industry with bills.
The 65th Wyoming Legislature convened yesterday with much talk about a coming fiscal “storm” but little anticipation that lawmakers will batten down the hatches this year.
Study finds poor foundation and materials, but irrigators’ costs won’t go up for 8,000-acre-foot project serving 33 subscribers.
Veteran lawmaker Mike Madden breaks down the rules, deadlines and challenges that make the state’s budget session such a dizzying frenzy — and vexing process.
Cheyenne Diocese reminds public and politicians to reconsider policies that are ‘blind to human dignity’ in upcoming session.
In 2016, state Democrats chose Bernie Sanders, yet party insiders awarded Hillary Clinton four more delegates.
Shelby Shadwell’s exhibit in Cheyenne exemplifies the notion of drawing ‘large and startling’ figures.