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Natrona County Republican Party and Natrona County Republican Women Legislative debate

July 19, 2014

The Natrona County Republican Party in conjunction with the Natrona County Republican Women will host a Legislative Debate on Tuesday, July 22nd from 7-9 p.m

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Shell Creek, Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming

July 18, 2014

Mountain Wildflowers along Shell Creek in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming

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Committee opens Wyoming education governance survey

July 16, 2014

The consulting firm hired by Wyoming Joint Education Committee to study possibly restructuring State Educational systems has opened a public comment survey.

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BLM extends comment deadline, sets public meetings for Riley Ridge-to-Natrona pipeline

June 27, 2014

BLM is extending the scoping period from July 9 to Aug. 1 to allow additional time for the submission of public comments.

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BNSF Turnable Northern, Wyoming

June 13, 2014

BNSF Turnable Northern, Wyoming

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Slight Uptick In Yellowstone Visitation For First Five Months Of 2014

June 11, 2014

Yellowstone visitation to date in 2014 is up nearly 6 percent over the same period in 2013.

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Near Castle Gardens, Central Wyoming

June 6, 2014

Near Castle Gardens, Central Wyoming

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Park Reservoir, Wyoming

May 30, 2014

Park Reservoir, Wyoming

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Results of Gov Mead’s Wyoming Water Strategy focus of public meeting June 4 in Casper

May 29, 2014

On June 4th in Casper state officials will present the results of the listening sessions regarding Gov. Mead’s Wyoming Water Strategy.

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Open Studios Day at Ucross

May 29, 2014

Ucross is also the launching off point for the Unbarred tour of the Piney Creek area being presented by the Alliance for Historic Wyoming.

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Industrial Siting Council to consider permit for Simplot ammonia plant

May 28, 2014

Simplot proposes to build and operate the plant on its land at the company’s phosphate fertilizer complex 5 miles south of Rock Springs.

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State calls for participants: 2014 Science Standards Review

May 27, 2014

State calls for participants: 2014 Science Standards Review
— May 27, 2014
(Press release) — The Wyoming Department of Education has issued a call to all Wyoming …

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Eldercare focus of live call-in program on Wyoming PBS

May 23, 2014

In the next 10 years, Wyoming’s 85-plus population is projected to more than double in number, pressuring the state’s nursing homes to accommodate a new …

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Public meetings set for Converse County oil & gas project

May 23, 2014

The project consists of drilling up to 5,000 new oil and gas wells on 1,500 well pads over a 10-year period. The BLM is preparing …

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Cokeville, Wyoming

May 23, 2014

This scene is on the outskirts of Cokeville, Wyoming, once the unofficial “sheep Capitol” of the world.

Photo Friday Driving through Wyoming

Driving through Wyoming

May 16, 2014

Driving through Wyoming
You can find incredible places by driving around beautiful Wyoming. (Wyobulldog/Flickr – click to enlarge)
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Photo Friday Lander/Riverton Valley

Lander/Riverton Valley

May 9, 2014

Lander/Riverton Valley
Lander/Riverton valley (wyobulldog/flickr-click to enlarge)
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WyoFile’s Spring Fund Drive tops $18,000

May 2, 2014

WyoFile thanks its readers for giving generously during our 2014 Spring Fund Drive in support of fearless journalism.

Photo Friday Sunset a little north of Thermopolis

Sunset a little north of Thermopolis

May 2, 2014

North of Thermopolis (HH/Flickr – click to enlarge)
Sunset a little north of Thermopolis
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Featured Mentally Ill

Nearly 4 million seriously mentally ill still without insurance

April 29, 2014

Wyoming is among 24 states that have chosen not expand Medicaid, leaving a total 3.7 million Americans nationwide with serious mental illnesses without health insurance.