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Discoveries in the heart of Wyoming are — technically — off limits to its students due to state’s ban on Next Generation Science Standards.
Executive branch officials are looking into Medicaid expansion in Wyoming under the guidance of language in the 2014 budget bill.
Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Healthcare officials say Medicaid expansion could help local clinics, at no cost to the state.
Why doesn’t the oil and gas industry have to live up to the same standards applied to other industries?
A small group of retired wildland firefighting managers says safety reforms are needed to save lives.
Candidates for Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction are vying to lead the Department of Education into a new, less controversial era.
Wyoming can improve upon air quality regulations by applying them evenly throughout the state.
The Forest Service has run out of appropriated suppression money eight times in the past decade, forcing it to siphon money from non-fire accounts.
Anne Gardetto, Women in Wyoming Profile highlights her educational achievements in Torrington, Wyoming.
Study says taxpayers subsidize irresponsible building when federal money is used to fight wildland fires.
Backcountry recreation reduces winter range for a unique herd of bighorn sheep that lives year-round in the Tetons.
A study shows Yellowstone visitors would pay extra $41 to help cover management costs of roadside grizzlies.
There are a dozen more climbing gems around the state I haven’t visited this summer — Fremont Canyon and Wild Iris, Devil’s Tower and Cirque …
Federal land managers incorporate Wyoming’s sage grouse “core areas” protection strategy in hopes to avoid ESA listing.
The 55th annual Eastern Shoshone Indian Days concluded this weekend, wrapping up three days of dance contests, drumming and singing.
A more vibrant, diversified economy requires investments and social policy that attracts and retains young professionals.
Will Wyoming invest its political capital and research dollars to prolong the era of coal, or invest in a new energy infrastructure that’s in harmony …
A survey seeks feedback to guide planning for new Wyoming dams and water projects under Gov. Matt Mead’s statewide water strategy.
In the climate change debate, we can listen to attorneys hired by corporations to make a case, or scientists who’ve studied the problem for decades.
During the 1970s coal boom, Wyoming saw several proposals to build coal slurry pipelines to ship the mineral out of state. None succeeded.
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