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Limited data available for analysis of Wyoming teacher salaries

CHEYENNE — Gaps in available state data have limited expert conclusions on teacher shortage trends in Wyoming, accord

Jackson Town Council halts big commercial projects in town limits

JACKSON — The Jackson Town Council has declared an emergency, 120-day moratorium on commercial buildings bigger than

Crews wrapping up wildlife crossing project

BUFFALO (WNE) — A 15-mile stretch of Interstate 25 between Buffalo and Kaycee is expected to be much safer for both m

Restaurant closures could be a hit to high season

BUFFALO — Three restaurants in Buffalo have closed over the past year, and in a city of Buffalo's size, those losses

Senators decry timber sale reductions

SUNDANCE — Wyoming’s two senators are criticizing the U.S.

Campbell County residents, officials push back against BLM's proposed coal leasing change

GILLETTE — The Campbell County Commissioners are planning to push back against a proposed rule by the federal governm

Internet crime wave affects everyone

Small-town America is not immune to the internet crime wave that the world has experienced almost since the dawn of t

Lessons from Heart Mountain

Upton teacher wins fellowship to study Wyoming internment site

Prell sentenced for sexual assault

Lovell James Prell, 46, was sentenced, on May 7, to 40 to 52 years in prison after pleading guilty to three of the 10

Maintaining pride on the job

Gregory retires as schools maintenance director after 30 years

What's Up in Weston County June 6-12

June 5-7 Black Hills Natural Resources Youth Camp - Mallo Camp

 

Hageman supports ICC sanction bill

CASPER (WNE) — Rep.

Learning online

District explores partnering with virtual academy

State reports that Wyo. experiences surge in workers 65 and up

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Evaluating the latest workforce indicators data from the U.S.

Filing finished

Candidates for primary election announced

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