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Republican and Democratic lawmakers met over the weekend to assign committee positions for the 2015 and 2016 Wyoming legislative sessions.
The UW Foundation would raise $100M in matching donations for the $200M initiative, and play a key role in choosing the endowed chairs.
Former University of Wyoming faculty comment on turnover, the importance of research grant funding, and the role of energy research on campus
In Wyoming’s Republican sweep, voters favored incumbents and local control in education issues, and said ‘no’ to out-of-state university trustees.
Recent forecasts indicate Wyoming can expect little growth in its energy revenue, while officials say EPA’s CO2 reduction targets are unreasonable.
A legislator proposes amending the state constitution so non-residents can be trustees at the University of Wyoming, but former trustees say it’s an unneeded change.
A task force is nearing completion on a $100 M “Science Initiative” plan to remake the teaching of science at the University of Wyoming.
Same-sex couples applied for Wyoming marriage licenses today in the wake of a court ruling. Advocates say the licenses represent a new era for the …
WyoFile spoke with former Sen. Alan Simpson (R) to get his views on the same-sex marriage case and what it means for the Equality State.
A federal court prepares to decide the same-sex marriage issue in Wyoming, while advocates look back on the movement in the Equality State.
PBS hosts 2014 Wyoming general election debates October 13 and October 15-16. Absentee voting is underway, and Election Day is November 4.
$1M in taxpayer funds used to match $1M gift from WPX Energy to build drilling rig simulator for UW students.
The Eastern Shoshone Business Council says it will not go along with the process proposed by the Northern Arapaho to replace the Joint Business Council.
Private employers aren’t waiting for state help to gather healthcare cost information that could lead to lower prices from providers.
The Wyoming race for U.S. Senate pits well-funded incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi (R) against a former Catholic priest, an airline pilot, and a cook.
Lawmakers and faculty discussed the University of Wyoming College of Law, and expressed hope for a new era of cooperation after last fall’s chaos.
In a historic move, Northern Arapaho leaders have withdrawn from the Joint Business Council, a governing body they sat on with the Eastern Shoshone.
With more red states moving to expand Medicaid, candidates for Wyo. governor take their stand on the issue.
Democratic candidate for Governor Pete Gosar has proposed a series of live streamed debates across Wyoming that will take questions from the public.
Administration is taking measures to bring stability to academic affairs, and win back trust by better engaging faculty.
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