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Geneva, Ohio. (June 4, 2022) – Incoming Cowboy Wrestling freshman Jore Volk added another impressive accolade to his resume on Saturday winning the U20 57kg freestyle title at the U20 World team trials in Geneva, Ohio. With the win Volk earns U20 world team member status and qualifies for the U20...
Geneva, Ohio. (June 3, 2022) – Cowboy Wrestling Junior Job Greenwood put together a performance to remember on Friday as he took to the mat at the U23 World Team Trials at the Spire Institute in Geneva, Ohio. Greenwood captured the 67kg U23 Greco-Roman title becoming a world team member and...
Wyoming to be Featured on at Least Ten Telecasts This Fall   Buy Tickets Here   Laramie, Wyo. (May 26, 2022) -- The 2022 Mountain West Conference Football television schedules were released on Thursday in connection with Mountain West television partners CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) and FOX Sports...
SHERIDAN — Results of a survey available on the Wyoming Education Association website shows 65% of Wyoming teachers would quit if they could, researcher Mark Perkins said. During an interim meeting of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee May 31, Perkins — the assistant professor of...
CHEYENNE — State Sen. Tara Nethercott, R-Cheyenne, has become the third state lawmaker to announce their candidacy to be Wyoming’s next secretary of state.  A fifth-generation Wyoming native, Nethercott is a graduate of Riverton High School and the University of Wyoming. She made the announcement...
CODY— Protecting paths used by big game across private lands is the focus of a federal pilot project announced Friday in Cody. The program rewards and supports landowners in the targeted areas for not developing their lands into uses not compatible with wildlife. “Conserving America’s most iconic...
LARAMIE — As a prolonged Western drought hits new historic levels almost daily, a team of University of Wyoming scientists has been awarded $20 million to study the crisis at the community level with an eye on evolving solutions.  The five-year grant from the National Science Foundation will fund...
CASPER— Researchers from the University of Wyoming and Wyoming State Archeologists Office have confirmed that humans used an ancient red ocher mine in eastern Wyoming starting almost 13,000 years ago, making it the oldest documented red ocher mine — and probably the oldest mine in general — in...
CHEYENNE — U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., responded with an apology statement Monday after she was booed by students during her commencement speech Saturday at the University of Wyoming. As she spoke about political discourse across the nation regarding rights guaranteed in the Constitution, she...
CHEYENNE — U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., responded with an apology statement Monday after she was booed by students during her commencement speech Saturday at the University of Wyoming. As she spoke about political discourse across the nation regarding rights guaranteed in the Constitution, she...

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