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.
Wyoming needs to encourage people to play its lottery responsibly by setting limits and treating it as entertainment, not as an investment that will eventually …
Mary Gibson Scott is retiring from superintendent of Grand Teton National Park on Friday. She talks grizzly bears, wolves and the current state of government.
A series of resignations among University of Wyoming leadership has led faculty and students to question President Sternberg about the changes.
Today, the Cheney for Wyoming Campaign announced its leadership teams for all twenty-three counties.
Gov Mead seeks input on Wyoming water strategy
— November 2, 2013
(Press release) Gov. Matt Mead is seeking opinions from interested individuals and groups across the …
Community Supported Agriculture in Wyoming Featured in Wyoming PBS Documentary
October 30, 2013
(Press release) — Wyoming PBS producer Stefani Smith explores Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) in …
Is it appropriate to spend $35K of state money to assess whether the University of Wyoming’s win-loss record can be improved, and how to do …
Use the time between seasons to clean, repair and properly store your outdoor gear. The National Outdoor Leadership School provides tips.
BLM seeks nominations to Resource Advisory Council
— October 25, 2013
(Press release) The Bureau of Land Management in Wyoming announced today that it is seeking public nominations …
Suicide prevention training is Nov. 6-7 in Powell
— October 25, 2013
(Press release) Wyoming’s suicide rate was worst in the nation in 2012. The verdict is …
Wyoming brought in $346M in investment income in 2013. Revenue estimators predict the state will have flat to declining income over the next few years.
After 15 years Yellowstone National Park published a rule to manage winter use in the park.
The National Park Service has published a final rule to guide Yellowstone winter use following extensive public review and comment.
Lost federal funding highlights tribal accounting woes. Business council stays mum on details
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park have reopened with a few weeks in the fall season left to make up for time lost due to …
It’s embarrassing — make that outrageous — that two-thirds of Wyoming’s congressional delegation voted against last week’s last-ditch effort to reopen the government and raise …
Sen. Mike Enzi and Rep. Cynthia Lummis voted against the bill that reopened the federal government, while Sen. John Barrasso supported it.
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