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Public meeting will focus on state’s orphan well cleanup plan
— March 24, 2014
Representatives of Gov. Matt Mead’s office and several other state agencies will meet …
Job fair seeks to match employers with U.S. veterans
— March 20, 2014
(Press release) — The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS) Casper Workforce Center, along …
University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity says UW has little choice but to examine increased student tuition and fees.
Emeritus professor of geology Peter Shive wants to have a conversation about the fossil fuel industry influence on UW.
BLM and the Bridger-Teton National Forest Seek Public Input on Riley Ridge Unit Development
— March 19, 2014
(Press release) —The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Pinedale …
WyoFile welcomes Lorena Garcia as executive director
— March 18, 2014
Lorena Garcia, WyoFile executive director
WyoFile is pleased to welcome Lorena Garcia as its new executive director. …
Democrats who crossed party lines to cast votes for Matt Mead in 2010 didn’t get the moderate leader they were hoping for.
Final management plan would allow consideration of controversial motorized use in Franc’s Peak and Wood River areas of the Shoshone National Forest.
WyoFile receives $75K Knight Foundation grant
— March 18, 2014
by WyoFile staff
Wyoming’s premier nonprofit online news organization WyoFile is pleased to announce it is the recipient …
In a move that some Native leaders see as punitive, Sen. Eli Bebout (R-Riverton) seeks new rules the week after an EPA decision on reservation …
The Bridger Teton Avalanche Center provides classes to backcountry users and encourages snowpack reports from across Wyoming.
An amendment requiring those exonerated by DNA evidence to prove their innocence in a court hearing kills a bill that would have provided the wrongfully …
Cindy Hill announced today that she is going back to work at the Department of Education headquarters in the Hathaway Building on Monday.
The Wyoming Legislature voted today to sell 1,280 acres of state School Trust land in Grand Teton National Park in return for federal land elsewhere.
Rep. Patrick Goggles (D-Ethete) will not run for the Wyoming House of Representatives this November.
Gov. Matt Mead vetoed ten items in the 2015-2016 budget bill. The Senate and House chose not to vote to override any of the vetoes.
Four same-sex couples and Wyoming Equality filed a lawsuit in Cheyenne challenging Wyoming’s laws that prohibit same-sex couples from marrying.
#wyleg management council discussing interim topics for 2015 session pic.twitter.com/dU99GFuRP6
— Gregory Nickerson (@GregNickersonWY) March 5, 2014
Legislative leaders revive talk of special session on SF 104
By Gregory …
After two weeks of toying with us, legislators opposed to Medicaid expansion finally decided to crush the hopes of 17,600 low-income people.
Pepi Stiegler reflects on his ski career and watching his daughter compete in Sochi.
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