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Weekend windstorm rattles Laramie County

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Wind gusts reached 91 mph in Cheyenne this weekend in one of the longest sustained windstorms in the

Judge restores pre-Trump rules for dealing with mine violations

CASPER (WNE) — A federal court has restored preTrump standards to the so-called Ten Day Notice, a rule that requires

Heart Mountain becomes Smithsonian Affiliate

CODY (WNE) — The Smithsonian Institution has selected the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation to join its network of Sm

Minor killed at Casper mall

CASPER (WNE) — A minor is dead following a stabbing just before noon Sunday outside Eastridge Mall in Casper.

Men’s Golf in 10th After Day 1 of the Tiger Intercollegiate

COLUMBIA, Missouri (4/8/24) – The University of Wyoming men’s golf team completed Day 1 of the Tiger Intercoll

Fremont County library conflict comes to a head

RIVERTON — A student project about banned books prompted Lander School Board Chair Jared Kail to label some of the se

Dayton residents applaud state officials for rejecting land swap 3-1

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Wyoming cites law to justify secrecy about wolf’s alleged torture. But it may not apply.

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Public hearing uncovers complexities of proposed Jackalope Wind Energy Project

ROCK SPRINGS – The public hearing in Sweetwater County on Wednesday provided little clarity on a proposed wind energy

Land board skeptical it can break mine lease

Directs state office to explore issue

Casper firefighters discover actual fire while conducting training

CASPER (WNE) — Late Wednesday afternoon, Casper-EMS firefighters were training at a building that is slated for demol

Details emerge in Fremont County murder cases

RIVERTON (WNE) — Fremont County Coroner Erin Ivie ruled two recent deaths as homicides, and her office’s case dockets

Nominations sought for female entrepreneurs in Wyoming

JACKSON (WNE) — The Wyoming Council for Women is seeking nominations for outstanding female entrepreneurs across the

Game and Fish Director set to retire in September

RIVERTON (WNE) — Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director Brian Nesvik will retire in September after 29 years of de

Creative culture

Hitting all the right notes with Rawlins Music Academy

Giving the gift of life

POWELL — The last thing Sasha Barrus wanted to do was be in the newspaper.

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