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Top athletes discuss how the sport has changed and the future of female climbers.
BLM is extending the scoping period from July 9 to Aug. 1 to allow additional time for the submission of public comments.
Wyoming lawmakers seek new government-to-government relations in China in pursuit of advanced coal technology.
Wyoming’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rose slightly from 3.7% in April to 3.8% in May 2014 (not a statistically significant change).
Cloud Peak Energy confirms a fatality at its Spring Creek Mine in Montana at approximately 7:00 p.m. on June 23, 2014 in a single …
In the climate change debate, we can listen to attorneys hired by corporations to make a case, or scientists who’ve studied the problem for decades.
Reasons vary for why Wyomingites don’t challenge incumbents for statewide office, but the results are always the same: A noticeable lack of new ideas.
Lightweight backpacking will help you venture farther in a shorter amount of time. Weekend warrior Amy McCarthy offers tips to help shave the weight.
Former Senate President John Schiffer of Kaycee died June 19, 2014. He was known for his moderate views and formidable debating skills.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced that 23 local governments in Wyoming are receiving a total of $27,143,411 under the 2014 PILT program.
Researchers look for ways to boost Wyoming’s small nesting population of loons.
The Citizens Equal Rights Alliance described treaties between the U.S. and Native Americans as “historic memorabilia.”
Yellowstone visitation to date in 2014 is up nearly 6 percent over the same period in 2013.
In the wake of the McCutcheon decision, legislators may change Wyoming campaign finance law to lift a ban on aggregate contributions to state races.
Summer 2014 should be spectacular for wildflowers in Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. Use this guide to plan your quest for Wyoming blooms.
While Wyoming coal proponents frown on carbon capture as a mandate, they seek international alliances in advancing the technology.
Simplot, through Holland & Hart, said simply that “the ammonia production process itself will not generate any hazardous waste.”
The last-minute amendment to block Next Generation Science Standards should have been a stand-alone bill.
A legislative committee is drafting a bill that would raise the state’s cigarette tax, now 60 cents per pack, to $1.85 per pack.
More people are getting outside, but access — particularly to public lands — remains a worry for those who love the outdoors.
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