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BLM rule change threatens small oil and gas operators

GILLETTE — When Clark Kissack decided a year and a half ago to get into the oil business, he had a choice to make.

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

$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

Defaced cattle case moves up to District Court

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

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

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

April competition brings May excellence

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

Republican governors oppose two WHO proposals under negotiation

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

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

A day for remembrance

Longtime Upton teacher survived sinking of USS Ommaney Bay

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

School budget steady

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

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

Honor Wyoming gives more info on members

Rep. Yin and others frustrated by group’s ‘lack of transparency’

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