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Executive branch officials are looking into Medicaid expansion in Wyoming under the guidance of language in the 2014 budget bill.
Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Healthcare officials say Medicaid expansion could help local clinics, at no cost to the state.
Candidates for Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction are vying to lead the Department of Education into a new, less controversial era.
The 2014 Wyoming House primary races highlight tensions between incumbent Republicans and far-right members of the GOP.
On August 19, voters will decide contested Wyoming Senate primaries that pit moderates and conservatives against ultra-conservatives.
Backcountry recreation reduces winter range for a unique herd of bighorn sheep that lives year-round in the Tetons.
The 55th annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days concluded this weekend, wrapping up three days of dance contests, drumming and singing.
Former Senate President John Schiffer of Kaycee died June 19, 2014. He was known for his moderate views and formidable debating skills.
Two conservative Republicans are aiming to unseat incumbent Gov. Matt Mead in the August 19 primary for the 2014 Wyoming governors’ race.
The five Wyoming secretary of state candidates are sizing each other up, and preemptively denouncing any opponent who spends big money in the race.
As the state population grows, the Wyoming unemployment rate has dropped to levels not seen since before the 2008 recession, and the new jobs aren’t …
The amount of money spent in Wyoming elections is growing, keeping the state in line with a national trend of increasing campaign spending.
A symposium in Riverton will explore possibilities for mediating the Wind River Reservation border dispute arising from an EPA decision.
Wyoming Liberty Group and Citizens Against the Common Core want members of the Wyoming State Board of education to be elected, rather than appointed.
The discovery of America’s longest mule deer migration by Wyoming scientists adds to a burgeoning awareness of where animals move and why they move.
Letters between former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson and the Big Horn Basin Tea Party underscore tensions between factions of Wyoming’s Republican Party.
Proponents of same-sex marriage in Wyoming aim to use the state constitution to strike down a law defining marriage as between a man and a …
Candidates for Wyoming’s 2014 elections are announcing their intent to run ahead of the filing period that begins on May 15.
Proponents of rethinking Wyoming’s savings strategy say the state may not be getting a good return on its $1.6 billion “rainy day” fund.
Officials say Halliburton’s $3 million gift underscores the close collaboration between the energy industry, state government, and the University of Wyoming.
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