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The News Letter Journal takes great pride in being the watchdog of the community — letting citizens know what local government entities are doing while also doing what we can to hold those groups accountable to Wyoming’s open meetings and public records laws. As community journalists in a free...
There is a dark movement afoot designed to weaken your right to know what your local government does and how they spend your money. This movement is funded 100% by taxpayer dollars with zero accountability to the taxpayers. For over a decade the Wyoming Association of Municipalities and the County...
Survey: Support high for state, local government handling of coronavirus Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers Support for the way both Gov. Mark Gordon and local governments are handling the coronavirus is high, according to a survey by the University of Wyoming. The results of the...
Survey: Support high for state, local government handling of coronavirus Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers Support for the way both Gov. Mark Gordon and local governments are handling the coronavirus is high, according to a survey by the University of Wyoming. The results of the...

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon listens during the Joint Appropriations Committee meeting as part of the Wyoming Legislature’s general session Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, at the Jonah Business Center. Gordon asked for funding in many different areas, including coal technology and predation and invasive species. Photo by Jacob Byk, Wyoming Tribune Eagle

By Ramsey Scott Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon used his first supplemental budget request to lobby for more money for the state’s wildlife trust fund, a new position to support local governments and energy research. Gordon’s recommendations carried a $...
Sales and use tax collections down in county   Alexis Barker NLJ Reporter   Voters went to the polls on Tuesday to approve continuation of the local one cent sales tax, but the amount of money that provides to local government continued to decrease in the last fiscal year, according to a report...

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