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Survey: More than half of veterans unaware of housing benefits

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Wyoming’s 47,756 U.S.

Average Wyo. gas prices drop more than 5 cents a gallon in past week

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Average gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 5.3 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.3

Woman gored by bison in Yellowstone National Park

AFTON (WNE) — An 83-year old woman from Greenville, South Carolina, was gored by a bison on June 1 near the Storm Poi

Will private schools get a boost from voucher program?

RIVERTON — Beginning next year, Wyoming families with qualifying income will have access to government assistance for

Officials: 2024 wildfire season will be ‘average to normal’

CHEYENNE — Forestry and public land officials said Friday that they expect Wyoming to experience an “average-to-norma

Library board moves book back to children's section

GILLETTE — A children’s book that had been moved to the new adult section in the Campbell County Public Library will

Caleco Foundry burns in Cody

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

Branch Bolsters Wrestling Roster with Transfers and Late Signees

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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

Campbell County ranchers cautiously optimistic headed into summer

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

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

Buffalo saddle maker wins leatherworking award

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

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

Haze of controversy: EPA must force stricter air quality controls in Wyoming, conservation groups say

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EPA reversal means Star Valley won’t have to build $11M water treatment plant

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