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Same-sex couples applied for Wyoming marriage licenses today in the wake of a court ruling. Advocates say the licenses represent a new era for the …
Action in D.C. court says elk feeding is cause of hunt that killed one grizzly bear and could kill four more.
Deadly fires and explosions occur too often in the oil and gas industry, according to some workplace safety proponents — a particular concern as drilling …
Despite attorneys assurances of an appeal in a hearing Thursday, Gov. Mead said the State will not appeal. Same-sex marriages will be legal in Wyoming. …
WyoFile spoke with former Sen. Alan Simpson (R) to get his views on the same-sex marriage case and what it means for the Equality State.
Mead administration asks for more time to make its case against allowing same-sex couples to marry.
At ceremony, Governor, Interior Secretary sign agreements with 9 ranches.
A federal court prepares to decide the same-sex marriage issue in Wyoming, while advocates look back on the movement in the Equality State.
Game and Fish comparison shows inoculation statistically insignificant in reducing elk abortions, infection rate of brucellosis.
Review following 2012 shooting anticipates hunters will kill 6 more grizzly bears in Grand Teton, Elk Refuge.
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 …
Documentary crew follows Green River Drift families, as well as conservationists who would like to reduce public lands grazing.
$1M in taxpayer funds used to match $1M gift from WPX Energy to build drilling rig simulator for UW students.
‘Don’t let this small window of crisp, perfect, beautiful fall days surrounding the equinox slip past uncelebrated.’
In 2012, the Powder River Basin Resource Council published a six-point plan to protect Wyoming’s groundwater.
University of Wyoming professor says the work of stewardship will never be done — that is the curse and the blessing of being human.
Ten smaller reservoirs eyed for decade-long construction push
Private employers aren’t waiting for state help to gather healthcare cost information that could lead to lower prices from providers.
Wyoming’s people and leaders need to be bold about our future and courageous with our investments by investing in early childhood, education, technology and health …
Income from the Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund (PMTF) is what makes Wyoming’s commitment in education possible
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