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Impacts of landslide to Teton Valley emerge

JACKSON — As the dust continues to settle after the landslide on Teton Pass, preliminary financial impacts suggest th

Lawmaker calls for special session to ‘fight Biden’s war on Wyoming’

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Hunting predators

Predator board gets full funding request

Hanson Research Station has new field station

The Hanson Research Station, located on the Hanson ranch southwest of Newcastle, held a ribbon cutting for their new

Caveman Fun Run still held despite storm

Weston County teamwork was instrumental in recovering local trails after an early May snowstorm/windstorm that felled

Progress made on bike/skate park

Local biking enthusiast group Bent Sprockets Inc.

IN WITH THE OLD

Bent Sprockets, a Newcastle-based nonprofit trail organization, has received a second grant for improving trails for

What's Up in Weston County June 13-23

Thu. June 13 7AM T.O.P.S. #218 - WC Senior Center

1PM Bridge - WC Senior Center

District seeks to fill OT vacancy

Weston County School District No. 1 is now officially seeking to hire a full-time occupational therapist.

Beloved Newcastle PA retires

In rural health care, provider and patient relationships evolve into a personal bond because providers really get to

Trash tour

New landfill could last 300 years

Osage bus routes at risk

Without any governments or private entities willing to take responsibility for their condition, the roads in Osage ha

Pay for absences will continue

AG response leads to death of proposal to forfeit commissioner pay for absences

FBI assesses results of initial Wyoming MMIP data collection

CHEYENNE (WNE) — In recent months, the FBI has undertaken a comprehensive data collection project in Wyoming to compi

Local freeze-dried food business to be featured on Food Network

BUFFALO (WNE) — When food phenom Guy Fieri visited Buffalo last year to film an episode about Pie Zano's restaurant o

Governor appoints fourth District Court judge in Campbell County

GILLETTE (WNE) — The new courtroom inside the Campbell County Courthouse will soon be full.

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