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Fourth of July a ‘nightmare’ north of Rock Springs

ROCK SPRINGS — From the annual Liberty Parade to barbecues and family gatherings, Independence Day wouldn’t be comple

Oshoto ranchers gearing up to sell water rippler this fall

GILLETTE  — The last several months have been a whirlwind for Crook County ranchers Shondah and Randall Otwell.

Judge: WDE violated Public Records Act, tried to conceal evidence

CHEYENNE — Defendants in the public records lawsuit led by former lawyers George Powers of Cheyenne and Rodger McDani

Local recovery experts discuss changing the narrative on addiction

CHEYENNE — In April, law enforcement, legal and medical professionals from the city and county levels met to address

BLM large-scale gather results in six dead horses

LANDER — As of July 1, approximately 3,000 wild horses roamed the North Lander Complex – a massive tract of rolling s

150-megawatt solar farm opens in Laramie County

CHEYENNE (WNE) — A year ago, a piece of land in southern Laramie County off U.S.

Forest service calls in more resources to fight Horse Creek Fire

JACKSON (WNE) — The Bridger-Teton National Forest called in more resources Thursday to help fight the Horse Creek Fir

Gray applauds House passage of voter eligibility act

CHEYENNE (WNE) — On Thursday, Wyoming Secretary of State Chuck Gray issued a statement applauding the U.S.

Nuclear bill expected to be boon for Wyoming

CASPER (WNE) — President Biden on Wednesday signed a seminal bill that sets the stage for a new era of American nucle

Teen burned after driving with bucket of gasoline and starting car fire

GILLETTE (WNE) — An 18-year-old man was treated for apparent burns after trying to put out a fire that started in his

Five Wyoming Albertsons stores set to be sold if merger goes through

CHEYENNE — If Kroger’s $24.6 billion acquisition of Albertsons goes through, the companies agreed to sell 579 stores

Proposed OSHA heat standard: protection for workers, costs for employers

CODY — The Biden administration has recently proposed a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule

Alpine plane crash sheds light on turbulence over fly-in subdivision

Residents say the air traffic is noisy, uncontrolled and obscene in its opulence.

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