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A task force is nearing completion on a $100 M “Science Initiative” plan to remake the teaching of science at the University of Wyoming.
Marriage equality represents a good step forward, but there is still much work to be done.
David Sweet, David Lockman and Abraham Archibald “A.A.” Anderson dedicated time and careers to helping the state’s forests, fish and wildlife.
A survey from earlier this year found that “69 percent of Westerners are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports protections for some …
A satirical look at Gov. Mead’s accomplishments after the end of his likely second term suggests a career in suing the feds, no matter the …
The proposed new designation would protect land for hunting and fishing, while allowing agricultural and energy uses with landscape-wide planning.
State Parks and Cultural Resources revisits statewide plan
— October 13, 2014
(Press release) — The Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office is currently revising a statewide historic …
PBS hosts 2014 Wyoming general election debates October 13 and October 15-16. Absentee voting is underway, and Election Day is November 4.
Documentary crew follows Green River Drift families, as well as conservationists who would like to reduce public lands grazing.
Forums set on federal rules for home, community-based service
(Press release) — With new federal rules in effect, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is planning …
Feds seek comments on exchange at Carbon County’s Wick Wildlife Habitat Management
(Press release) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking public comment on …
Public comment extended for National Elk Refuge management plan
(Press release) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has extended the comment period for a draft …
Responsible gun owners need to distance themselves from the use of an AK-47 style weapon to wantonly kill antelope west of Casper.
New archaeological finds suggest prehistoric people lived above 9,000 feet in what is now Grand Teton National Park.
Family of worker killed on the job proposes $50K fine for OSHA violations that result in fatality. Members of the Labor Committee said they’d take …
In 2012, the Powder River Basin Resource Council published a six-point plan to protect Wyoming’s groundwater.
Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee managers are inviting the public to join them in a conversation in late October in Bozeman, Montana.
Researchers learned that wintertime ozone production in the Uintah Basin occurs at lower concentrations of nitrogen oxides (NO) and much larger volatile organic compound (VOC) …
The Eastern Shoshone Business Council says it will not go along with the process proposed by the Northern Arapaho to replace the Joint Business Council.
University of Wyoming professor says the work of stewardship will never be done — that is the curse and the blessing of being human.
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