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Defaced cattle case moves up to District Court

Defense argues cost to restore animals could have been avoided using hair dye

$2.5M gift to UW supports future of Wyoming ranching

LARAMIE — A Wyoming ranching couple’s $2.5 million gift to the University of Wyoming will empower the university’s Ra

Jonah Energy first oil company to earn honor for reclamation

CASPER — As fickle spring weather finally settles over the high desert landscape of the Upper Green River Basin, carp

Wyoming lawmakers grapple with challenges of AI regulation

CHEYENNE — State legislators around the country are tackling the issue of regulating deepfakes, an enormous feat to t

New trails, recreation updates mulled for Buffalo Bill State Park


April competition brings May excellence

Just a couple of weeks ago, the Newcastle FFA chapter traveled to Cheyenne to compete in various agriculture-related

Commuter buses now carrying food, water

JACKSON (WNE) — Following feedback from riders, all commuter START buses traveling to Idaho and Star Valley will be e

Republican governors oppose two WHO proposals under negotiation

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Twenty-four Republican governors, including Gov.

A day for remembrance

Longtime Upton teacher survived sinking of USS Ommaney Bay

Governor gets close  look at RER plant

The dark, foreboding clouds above Upton on the afternoon of May 9 did not match the sentiments on the grounds of the

School budget steady

On May 6, during the Newcastle school board’s preliminary budget hearing, business manager Angela Holliday provided s

City scrutinizes service providers

At its April 29 budget workshop, the Newcastle City Council managed to balance the city’s budget for the upcoming fis

Consulting coming to an end

H&H Leadership Solutions leaders tell hospital they don’t want ‘further agreements’

Wyoming lawmakers fight to limit private data tracked, held by state agencies

CHEYENNE — Wyoming lawmakers are wrestling with state agencies over where they can limit the storage and use of priva

A farmer, a baker, a kombucha maker: The colorful characters behind Riverton’s local food movement


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