The bighorn sheep of Whiskey Basin are in the rut until mid-December. You can take tours from Dubois to see the world’s largest wintering herd …
Wyoming can give homeless a place to live, and save money
— December 3, 2013
Wyoming is nearly a decade behind its neighbor Utah in doing …
The BP America proposal to drill 8,950 more natural gas wells in southern Wyoming could be a turning point for Wyoming BLM.
New book shows how climate change will impact the future of skiing.
Kerry Drake outlines Wyoming’s congressional delegation’s stance on Social Security and his agreement with Elizabeth Warren’s plan to eliminate the cap on income subject to …
Gov Mead appoints Cheyenne attorney Kate Fox to Wyoming Supreme Court
— November 21, 2013
(Press release) Governor Matt Mead has appointed Catherine (Kate) M. Fox as …
Liz Cheney’s financial disclosure form lists more than $920,000 in income for 2012-2013, while Sen. Mike Enzi earned a $174,000 annual salary in both years.
Interior disbursed more than $14.2 billion in federal mineral revenues in Fiscal Year 2013 – a $2 billion or 17% increase over the previous year.
National Park Service names Sue Masica as Intermountain Regional Director
— November 19, 2013
(Press release) National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis has named Sue Masica as …
University of Wyoming researchers are a part of a team exploring the social, economic and ecological impacts of using beetle-killed trees to create biofuel.
Trustees should not plunge head-first into the search for UW’s next president without reflection on the mistakes made with Sternberg’s appointment.
Public mineral parcels for February 2014 oil and gas lease sale posted
— November 13, 2013
(Press release) The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wyoming State Office …
Indian rodeo and culture focus of Wyoming PBS program
— November 13, 2013
(Press release) Present day Indian culture encompasses many things, including rodeo. For nearly 40 …
Sen. Charles Scott’s proposed work requirement for expansion of Medicaid is another excuse to shame people because they’re poor.
As the new University of Wyoming president pushes ethical leadership, UW trustees fail to report close ties to industries UW helps develop.
Accidents have plagued Wyoming coal mines since territorial times, when mines lacked many of the safety features required in today’s mines.
Gov. Mead pledges to support a $16 million effort to rebuild a state network and improve high-speed Internet access for the private sector.
Emeritus professor of geology Peter Shive writes a column about preserving the qualities that make the University of Wyoming unique.
In the first quarter of 2013 Wyoming employment rose by 460 jobs (0.2%).
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi announced the initial members of his campaign team today, a coalition of more than 350 Wyoming citizens.
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