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Fremont County shot down on shooting complex

LANDER (WNE) — Fremont County has lost its bid to be the site of a multi-million-dollar shooting complex, after the l

Wyoming startup businesses get help

CASPER (WNE) — Five Wyoming companies have been selected to participate in Microsoft’s “gBEta” business accelerator p

Degenfelder expects new Title IX policies to be ‘overturned’

CODY — “The most prudent course of action at this time for Wyoming school districts is to continue under their curren

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Buttigieg promotes federal funding of U.S. 30 project


TerraPower breaks ground for nuclear power plant

Gates in Kemmerer for ceremony

Rafter survives capsizing

CODY (WNE) — A rafting accident in the Shoshone Canyon on Sunday left one of the three passengers stranded.

Gordon criticizes BLM’s lingering Indaziflam approval

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Another summer and another fire season will pass in Wyoming without the ability to use the herbicide

Wyoming’s average gas prices are down again this week

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 1.3 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.2

A record-low number of Democrats will run for Wyoming’s Legislature this year


Legislative committee begins interim work on mental health services

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee began its interim work this week with an eye toward im

As education savings accounts roll out, school-choice advocates push again for expanded eligibility


Gordon unveils ‘Decarbonizing the West’ report, seeks climate flexibility


Congressional leaders balk at federal cattle rule

RIVERTON — In April, U.S. Rep.

As high flows persist, boater caution urged

JACKSON — After a string of high-profile rescues on the Snake River, officials are urging river runners to use cautio

17-year-old charged as adult for stabbing mom while she slept

GILLETTE (WNE) — A Campbell County teen made his initial appearance in court Wednesday for attempted first-degree mur

Western in running for $2.4 million to implement Nuclear Technology Program

ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) — Outgoing Western Wyoming Community College President Kim Dale announced at the Tuesday, June 11,

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