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COLD SNAP RUNNER-UP: The sun rises on a power line field in northeast Laramie. (Elizabeth Traver — click to enlarge)
This morning I received an email from a person who was worried about friends on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation who might be freezing. She …
A battle over uranium mining at a remote 35,000-acre tract in Wyoming could shape decisions nationwide as mining surges in drought-stricken areas.
Wading through wind chill and snow, this year’s winner caught a glimpse of Wyoming’s biggest industry weathering the storm.
Wyoming moviegoers may recognize the snowy backdrop of a few scenes in the major Hollywood movie set for release on Christmas Day.
Art and Landscapes of the Red Desert, a juried art exhibition, will feature photography and fine art representing and inspired by the Red Desert.
Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) officials came under fire this month for their recommendation not to fund an ongoing mobile monitoring and research effort …
Want the state legislature to hear you out? Here’s an overview of the surprising variety of ways you can make your voice heard.
Social issues such as gun rights, same-sex marriage and abortion will shake up the upcoming legislative session.
In his years as as a certified pedorthist at Jackson Hole Sports, Stephen McDonald has seen it all.
Jason Baldes wants to bring buffalo back to Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation, but it won’t be an easy undertaking.
A fence cuts through a field near the foothill of the Bighorn Mountains.
Raising the price of hunting and fish licenses may cost Game & Fish some of its autonomy.
While many welcome the economic boon of energy development, some nearby residents are concerned about health and safety.
Many of us in Wyoming enjoy camping in the great outdoors, but could you handle camping in the dead of winter?
If Wyoming abandons the tourism-based segment of its’ economy, it risks the perpetuation of the boom-and-bust cycle that has plagued the state for generations.
Encana Co. is calling on the EPA to withdraw a draft report that linked hydraulic fracturing in Wyoming to groundwater contamination in the Wyoming town.
The country’s energy plan, “Energiewende,” calls for 80 percent of its energy to come from renewables by 2050.
There’s certainly something recognizable in the dirt slinging between Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill and state senators like Bill Hastings.
Lake Marie glistens under Snowy Range.
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