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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

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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

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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

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

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

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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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