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People asking for postmortem COVID tests to pay for loved ones’ funerals

GILLETTE — The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a lot of crazy things over the last two years.

Nursing shortage continues

CASPER — Nursing staff shortages persist in Wyoming.

Teton Pass accident prompt warning of spring conditions

JACKSON (WNE) — An accident April 5 on Teton Pass involving a car transport truck that lost traction may serve as a w

Man pleads not guilty to exposure allegations

GILLETTE (WNE) — A 40-year-old Gillette man has pleaded not guilty to five criminal counts against him alleging that

Legislative committee to study trust funds

CASPER — The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee plans to examine how the state could make money off of cer

Ruling on eagle deaths divides wind power industry

CASPER — The sentencing of a wind energy company this week in the deaths of at least 150 eagles has brought renewed f

Grizzly managers worried about 399 and cubs

JACKSON — Hilary Cooley is worried about the season ahead for Grizzly 399 and her cubs, who have yet to emerge from h

Ukrainian mother, daughter, reunite in Cheyenne

CHEYENNE — More than a month after Russian troops invaded Ukraine, a mother fleeing the country has been reunited wit

All the buzz: Sheep shearing class passes technique to new generation

GILLETTE — A group of about 25 people gathered in an old, dusty barn Saturday.

Miles-long tribute: Parade of farm equipment honors Heart Mountain farmers


Teton Juggler takes flight

JACKSON — When people spot Joe Cronquist from the chair lift, it’s an event.

Selvig to lead Constitution Party's U.S. House bid

SHERIDAN (WNE) — Riverton resident Marissa Selvig received the Constitution Party of Wyoming’s nomination for the sta

Study: Early wildflower blooms sign of a warming Wyoming

Wyoming botanist Trevor Bloom spotted his first springtime blooms of the year on March 28.

UW on track with long-term construction projects

LARAMIE — As the 2021-22 academic year begins winding down and University of Wyoming students switch out their pencil

Manlove could owe $91K in hearing costs

CHEYENNE — Laramie County District Attorney Leigh Anne Manlove could owe the state’s attorney oversight board more th

Ex-official vies for schools post

CASPER — A former top official at the Wyoming Department of Education announced Thursday she will run for superintend

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