Univ. of Wyoming Trustees Looking at Tuition Waiver Request
The scholarship has provided financial assistance for members of the tribe since it was established in 1986.
Snowstorm Hits Central and Northeast Wyoming
The Riverton area had received 2 to 4 inches by Monday morning.
Ex-Wyoming Ranch Employee Sentenced to Jail; Pays Back $313K
Company owner Jeff Gray had called for her to serve jail time.
True Elected Next President of UW Board of Trustees
The UW Board of Trustees consists of 12 members appointed to six-year, staggered terms.
Idaho Moves Ahead With Possible Grizzly Bear Hunting Season
The process for making comments and possible public meetings haven't been announced.
Experts: Wyoming Population Drops 8K Amid Fossil Fuel Slump
Some county populations increased in tourist regions.
Group: Public in Dark About Cell Tower Plans in Grand Teton
The plans provided to the public thus far have been vague, and park officials are required by law to involve the public more than they have, Ruch said.
U.S. Rig Count Increases to 995; Wyoming Unchanged
Oklahoma lost four rigs, Utah decreased by two and Ohio lost one.
Gillette Got A Gator; Authorities Remove Animals From Home
The alligator is staying at the animal shelter while awaiting transfer to Utah's Reptile Rescue Service in Salt Lake City.
Wyoming State GOP Official Charged With Simple Assault
If convicted, Curley could be fined up to $750.