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The Wyoming Supreme Court has overturned Senate File 104, effectively restoring Superintendent Cindy Hill’s control over the Department of Education.
Liz Cheney quit the Wyoming Senate race against Sen. Mike Enzi on January 6 citing unspecified health issues with her children.
Gov. Mead recommends a $632 million construction and maintenance budget for government buildings and schools.
At Indiana fundraiser, Mary Cheney takes a conservative, family-values approach to marriage equality
Gov Mead to ALEC crowd: States do it better than the federal government
WyoFile kicks off its 2014 legislative coverage with a summary of Gov. Mead’s budget proposal and a refresher on interim committee activities.
Robert Sternberg voluntarily resigned as president of the University of Wyoming amid tensions with faculty and students regarding personnel changes.
Lost federal funding highlights tribal accounting woes. Business council stays mum on details
Civil engineer and planning reformer says small, incremental growth is more prosperous than large business parks.
Protestors gathered at the East Gate to Yellowstone Park to demand a solution to the government shutdown that has closed national parks nationwide.
Leading up to the October 1st shutdown, Wyoming’s delegation all voted to make changes to the Affordable Care Act a condition of funding the government.
“It’s a zoo and the animals are galumphing around in there, and we keep pitching hay in to keep them alive,” Simpson said.
A member of the Wyoming team in the 2013 one-shot antelope hunt in Lander, former vice-presidnet Dick Cheney enjoys hero’s welcome, slams Obamacare.
Liz Cheney comes from a famous political family, but she’s making first introductions to Wyoming voters in what looks to be a challenging race against …
State and regional wildlife advocates are rallying to convince Wyoming lawmakers to change course on cuts to the Wyoming Game and Fish budget.
An inquiry into the Department of Education highlights employee concerns that Hill filled plane seats to access subordinates’ state and federal budgets.
Though the Jackson story drew the most concerns from WDE employees, they report being asked to go along on other similar plane trips.
Wyoming legislators dithered until the federal government stepped in to run the state’s health insurance marketplace. Now they’re calling that a great idea.
Districts fear cuts to Impact Aid could eliminate teacher aides, reading teachers, nurses and counselors not funded by state.
Wyoming has seen a 12-point drop in veterans without homes, but the counts are just a snapshot, unverifiable and only one piece of a bigger …
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