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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.
EPA’s goal is to write a rule that reduces Earth-warming CO2 emissions without threatening energy reliability. The Obama administration wants its rule to avoid significant …
WyoFile government reporter Gregory Nickerson joined a Wyoming PBS panel featuring Bob Beck, Reed Eckhardt, and Geoff O’Gara.
The Wyoming legislature has concluded the largest part of debate over the 2015-2016 budget. This week House and Senate will reconcile their versions.
Federal land managers are considering several alternative routes for the 412-mile Gateway West transmission line, originating in Wyoming.
Outdoor recreation contributes more than $646 billion annually to the U.S. economy, and here in Wyoming, direct consumer spending on outdoor recreation adds $4.5 billion …
You don’t have to travel to Sochi to get your thrills on the ice rink. Just pick the nearest lake in your Wyoming atlas.
What should we spend and what should we save? Responsible saving has served us well and we need to continue this practice going forward.
Wyoming has a long record of successful partnerships with the federal government to spur public-private business efforts, yet today’s state leadership rails against such efforts.
Yesterday Wyoming lawmakers launched into debate over a state budget that, in it’s current form, would put the General Fund in the red.
Wyoming clearly has an individualistic political culture; we do it on our own. Yet that culture includes a complex relationship with the federal government.
UW Professor Emeritus Peter Shive proctors a pop quiz on the Coronation of UW President Dick McGinity.
After a long era of regular hikes to Game and Fish license fees, Wyoming lawmakers have denied such requests, first in 2013 and now in …
The proposed $8.3 B Wyoming budget would increase spending on people, while contributing significant amounts to local governments and capital construction.
Rep. Eric Barlow (R-Gillette) says Wyoming’s budget should be based on cash available rather than forecasted revenues. The state also needs a fund for unforeseen …
Rep. Barlow says a $40M annual loss in coal severance tax collection is worth it to help maintain the $1.2B that coal contributes in overall …
Lawmakers are proposing the first major Wyoming state employee pay raises since 2009, which may help reduce costly turnover.
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality did not allow for enough public input before giving an underground coal gasification project preliminary approval to pollute an …
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