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UW and WyoFile hosted a training session for reporters from leading professional journalism organization Investigative Reporters and Editors.
The Wyoming Board of Education returned the legislatively-banned Next Generation Science Standards to a review committee of teachers with no instructions.
Proponents of same-sex marriage in Wyoming aim to use the state constitution to strike down a law defining marriage as between a man and a …
In Wyoming today, income from non-labor sources is more than twice the combined personal income from people working in the state’s staple industries.
Proponents of rethinking Wyoming’s savings strategy say the state may not be getting a good return on its $1.6 billion “rainy day” fund.
Protests against Wind River Development Fund end bid to begin classes in fall.
A passion for history and love for the land drives artist, author and historian Phyllis Preator to preserve the story of the McCullough Peaks.
Wyoming is America’s monolith of demographic, educational, political, and economic monoculture — and monoculture’s collapse.
The creation and conservative management of Wyoming’s Permanent Mineral Trust Fund has served Wyoming well for decades past, and helps keep taxes low.
Even in the coldest of winter, Wyoming’s Red Desert is alive with a beautiful, shifting landscape.
Officials say Halliburton’s $3 million gift underscores the close collaboration between the energy industry, state government, and the University of Wyoming.
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.
The Murie Center carries on the conservation biology and ecology efforts of couples Olaus and Mardy Murie and Adolph and Louise Murie.
But in sober assessment of funding model, colleges say the short-term focus hobbles planning and innovation
In 19 days the Wyoming legislature approved a $3.5 billion budget and passed some 132 bills, while setting the stage for a special session.
Boys overcome ragged play in semis with strong showing in finals. Lady Chiefs finish the season strong in third place.
When the snow sport conditions deteriorate and you itch to stretch your legs in long strides, don’t be afraid of mud or ice. Head to …
Lawmakers have approved $259 million to restore the Wyoming State Capitol and move offices into the adjacent Herschler Building.
This week’s Capitol Outlook featured segments with WyoFile reporter Gregory Nickerson and columnist Kerry Drake.
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