WyoFile takes you backstage at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper with a photo montage.
DOE funds Native outreach to community near tailings site, as tribes take a bigger role in testing water.
After record academic gains, Fremont County School District #38’s missed audit sparks scrutiny from Cheyenne.
Tribes on the Wind River Indian Reservation say they pay more into state coffers than they receive in services. Gov. Mead says he’ll ask state …
One of Wyoming’s largest, least populated school districts turns a school bus into a preschool classroom on wheels.
Eastern Shoshone veterans of wars since World War II lead memorial to their fallen comrades.
The new right to pay lower tuition at public universities is based on an 1863 treaty that shows tribal lands extending into Idaho.
Not everyone on the reservation makes it through high school. The community goes all out to celebrate the students who do.
Wind River Tribal College and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh train Natives to teach on the reservation.
At a time when most social powwows are shrinking, the annual gathering in the Central Wyoming College gym has bucked the trend, growing larger every …
On a reservation where leaders pride themselves on long-term environmental strategies, litter remains a vexing problem.
Wyoming legislators dithered until the federal government stepped in to run the state’s health insurance marketplace. Now they’re calling that a great idea.
Native leaders came from near and far to share ideas about building Indian nations and buttressing self-government.
Judge rules to try Skip Crooks for intentionally throwing punch that sent Darryn Davis to hospital. Some evidence may support self-defense case for Crooks.
The demonstration against dozens of small slights Natives experience off the reservation grew with outrage over the attack on Darryn Davis.
WyoFile’s readers reacted passionately, even immoderately, to our post about a violent encounter outside a Riverton bar. They made some good points.
Closing Fremont County’s juvenile detention center means placing young offenders in neighboring counties and states while renewing the movement to keep kids out of jail.
One punch lands a Northern Arapaho man in the Wyoming Medical Center ICU and spurs talk of racism and sluggish policework.
Districts fear cuts to Impact Aid could eliminate teacher aides, reading teachers, nurses and counselors not funded by state.
A year after residents called a New York Times story too pessimistic about life on the Rez, a new photo-essay sparks fresh anger.
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