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Wyoming’s heavy railroad traffic includes oil tankers and other potentially harmful payloads that pose a human health risk.
Gov Mead and the legislature’s refusal to expand Medicaid leaves working poor without federally-subsidized health care.
Not sure what your New Year’s Resolution should be? Check out what the goals of several Wyoming athletes for inspiration.
Thanks to Buchanan and Allen UW has been a strong institution, with a clear mission to create and share knowledge and to serve the state.
A fitting end
With the winter solstice past and the sun setting on 2013, WyoFile wishes our readers a prosperous 2014. We’ve got big plans in …
This year’s Chiefs team has a deep roster of talent and an explosive ninth-grader starting at guard, Buell Robinson.
When hiking the Red Desert’s Oregon Buttes, you traverse desert landscapes but are submerged in stories about water.
It’s been recommended that grizzly bears be removed from the endangered species list. Find out why some people think it’s time and others say its …
Emergency Unemployment Compensation will run out three days after Christmas — an unnecessary hit on families and the nation’s economic recovery.
Gov. Mead recommends a $632 million construction and maintenance budget for government buildings and schools.
Atlantic Rim natural gas development review team set to meet in January
(BLM press release) – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Rawlins Field Office (RFO) …
State prepares forecasts for winter ozone season in upper Green River Basin
(Wyoming DEQ press release) – The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Air Quality …
“Father Christmas” at the Sheridan, WY Trail’s End Museum and Kendrick Mansion Open House. (Sharie Mooney Prout — click to enlarge)
Bonus image! The Sheridan …
As the winter solstice approaches, staying in the holiday spirit in Wyoming requires making some peace with both the cold and the darkness.
Wyoming has the smallest state population, but students aren’t limited in their ambitions. UW must therefore be among the “biggest little universities in the world.”
Limited health coverage would aid those too poor for insurance, or who can’t pay high premiums.
Members of First Congregational Church of Cheyenne voted to sever their church’s ties with the Boy Scouts, even though they’ve sponsored Troop 102 since 1959.
Wyoming family plans snocross race in Alpine on Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Diverse sporting groups hope to deliver a unified message to lawmakers, after year of drastic cuts.
The idea for a task force to advise the College of Law came to former University of Wyoming president Sternberg from trustee David Palmerlee.
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