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Plowing paradise

How Grand Teton National Park clears one of the most spectacular roads in America

Hunting bighorn sheep ewes to save the herd


New law eases licensing for contractors

BUFFALO — A new law to come out of the 2024 legislative session will eliminate some of the hoops that contractors hav

VA health care enrollment surges

CASPER — The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced that 745 Wyoming veterans joined the VA health care system

New federal safety rule for railroad established

SHERIDAN — In an attempt to increase rail safety, the Biden Administration announced it had established a new federal

Major changes to Wyoming electoral process begin soon

CHEYENNE — As election season approaches, Wyoming voters need to be aware of statewide changes to the electoral proce

Footage released by Cheyenne police shows tense domestic violence encounter

CHEYENNE — On the evening of March 8, police were told a man was firing a gun in his north Cheyenne home, and a woman

Gordon: BLM’s methane rule unworkable in Wyoming


State investigates after man dies in hospital hours after drug arrest

GILLETTE (WNE) — A 62-year-old man who was arrested on a drug charge Wednesday afternoon was pronounced dead at Campb

Wyoming job-stayers see 4.9% wage growth, new data from ADP shows

CHEYENNE (WNE) — New data shows workers in Wyoming who have stayed in their job for at least 12 months saw their wage

Calving is underway

BUFFALO — It's hard to feel anything but optimism on a morning like this. The air smells of spring, fecund and rich.

Wyoming officials set to decide fate of contentious Dayton land swap


Legislative panels spend months crafting bills. They’re failing more than ever.


Despite staggering costs and logistic challenges, carbon capture studies at Wyoming coal plants advance


New oil recovery technique to be put to the test

CASPER — In the world of oil drilling, only a small portion of reserves flow naturally to the earth’s surface, which

Lawmakers turn attention to interim with eye on taxes, wildlife, maternity care

JACKSON — The work isn’t done for the 67th Wyoming Legislature.

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