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CASPER – In an open letter to Sen. Cynthia Lummis, the Wyoming Pastors Network asked her to “reverse course” on her vote for the Respect for Marriage Act, which would codify protections for same-sex marriage under federal law.  The group asked Lummis to support “an amendment that prevents H.R. 8404...
TORRINGTON (WNE) –  U.S. Senators John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, and Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyoming, stated in a press release they are joining South Dakota and Iowa Senators in introducing an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Funding Accountability Act.  “This legislation holds the IRS accountable for the $80...
CASPER — Members of a major railroad union voted to reject a tentative contract deal, union leaders announced Monday, renewing the possibility of a strike that could shut down the country’s railroads — and several key Wyoming industries — early next month.  The deal resulted from last-minute...
CASPER – Support for former president Donald Trump’s presidential bid is tepid at best in Wyoming’s Washington delegation following a midterm election that ended up being pretty lackluster for Trump loyalists.  Between outgoing representative Liz Cheney’s ardent opposition to Trump and incoming...
JACKSON (WNE) — It seems like just yesterday that a teenage Peter Neal was in the Jackson Hole news for placing at national Nordic skiing races and track meets and for advocating for a successful environmental initiative on behalf of his late brother, Willie Neal. This week, the now-25-year-old...
CASPER — Oil and gas lease sale revenue from Wyoming state lands in 2022 far exceeded last year’s disappointing results, the Office of State Lands and Investments announced Wednesday.  The three state lease sales held this year generated a total of nearly $9.8 million. More than half came from...
CASPER —Wyoming’s oil and gas industry will not appeal a federal judge’s ruling this summer that the federal government legally paused new oil and gas leasing during the first quarter of 2021.  U.S. District Judge Scott W. Skavdahl sided with the Biden administration and several environmental...
JACKSON (WNE) — With a $2.4 million match from Silver Star Communications, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development announced that it will provide another $6.3 million grant to bring high-speed internet access to people living and working in Lincoln and Teton counties. “Access to...
CASPER — Most Wyomingites remain confident in the integrity of the state’s elections, even with continued attention over the 2020 presidential election vote count, a University of Wyoming survey released Friday found.  UW’s School of Politics, Public Affairs and International Studies partnered with...
CASPER — With the U.S. on the verge of its first national railroad strike in three decades, Wyoming’s biggest industries are preparing to suffer losses in the coming weeks.  The hope, for all parties, is to reach a deal that resolves stalled contract negotiations between the railroads and their...

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