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Caleco Foundry burns in Cody

Some art can be saved, but building and millions in equipment and molds a total loss

Commissioners protest BLM coal leasing change

GILLETTE (WNE) — Campbell County Commissioners are protesting the Bureau of Land Management’s recent proposal to put

Wyoming officials side with Trump

CASPER — Wyoming’s elected officials are standing with former President Donald Trump after he was found guilty of 34

Ballot initiative intended to cut property taxes in half awaits certification

JACKSON — Brent Bien has high hopes for his ballot initiative that could cut Wyoming property taxes in half for homeo

Campbell County ranchers cautiously optimistic headed into summer

GILLETTE — In February, many Campbell County ranchers were starting to worry.

Buffalo saddle maker wins leatherworking award

BUFFALO — Paul Clark didn't set out in life to be a saddle maker.

Property tax relief is far from done

JACKSON — Wyoming lawmakers on the Joint Revenue Committee are back to the drawing board on property tax relief.

Lawmakers ask Jackson officials about housing crisis solutions

CHEYENNE — County and city officials insisted on Thursday that the issue of affordable housing can only be regulated

Property tax remains high priority for lawmakers

SHERIDAN — While the Wyoming Legislature was able to get multiple bills aimed toward property tax relief and reform s

Firefighters put out late night coal fire at North Antelope Rochelle Mine

GILLETTE (WNE) — Campbell County firefighters and North Antelope Rochelle Mine employees kept a coal fire from spread

Former Gillette police officer accused of murdering three in South Dakota

GILLETTE (WNE) — A former Gillette police officer has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder stemming

Fighting for his life underneath a grizzly’s claws

Shayne Patrick Burke describes how his wife helped save his life after his attack by a sow grizzly.

Bugling from the heart

POWELL —- When Tom Bibbey first put a trumpet to his pursed lips 73 years ago, it was impossible for him to know wher

Great Wyoming land rush spurs conservation push

Facing rural sprawl, landowners clamor to preserve open space, ranching, community ties.

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