Judge Delivers Setback to Wyoming Woman Suing Over Boot Camp
Blanchard sued the state this summer and was sent to a boot camp in Florida.
Panel Advances Bills to Cut $16M From Wyoming Schools
The bill will go before the full Legislature when it meets early next year.
Wyoming Airport to Lose Evening Flight to Denver in December
Belmont didn't rule out the possibility of the third flight returning.
Snapshot Shows an Improved Economy in Wyoming
But state revenue remains down and is a concern for lawmakers heading into the budget session in a few months.
Rural Areas at Risk as Water Levels Drop in Massive Aquifer
The U.S. Geological Survey said in a June report that the aquifer lost 10.7 million acre-feet of storage between 2013 and 2015.
Improvements Expected for Nuclear Missile System in Wyoming
The upgrades include concrete pours for new missile silos and buildings to house improved communications systems for the ICBM network.
Wyoming Veteran Returns Historical Item to Germany
Buntyn says he received a warm welcome and he found people who appreciated history as much as himself.
Univ. of Wyoming Street Report Sent to Legislature
The report includes the area's accident history, resident concerns and a discussion of possible street modifications ranging from complete closure to the construction of an overpass.
Federal Court Rules in Favor of National Park Service
The court found last week that a decade-old plan, a 2007 environmental impact statement, was adequate.
Casper Homeless Shelter Breaking Ground on New Facility
The new facility will cost Wyoming Rescue Mission about $8 million.