Government Shutdown Has Begun
The government shutdown has begun. So has the finger-pointing.
U.S. Rig Count Down By 3 To 936; Wyoming Adds 3
The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981. It bottomed out in May of 2016 at 404.
Wyoming Wildlife Managers to Draft Grizzly Hunting Rules
Grizzlies spent more than four decades on the endangered species list before being removed in June.
Wyoming Board Approves Grant Money for Unnamed Company
It will bring up to 90 new jobs to Sheridan starting this year.
Wyoming Would Tap Lottery Money Under Proposed Bill
State coffers would be enriched by about $1 million a year.
Banker Survey Suggests Economy Remains Slow in Rural Areas
The confidence index reflects expectations for the economy six months out, and it fell to 46.7 in the January survey from 51.2 in December.
Report: Wyoming Counties Owed $42M in Unpaid Mineral Taxes
Many of the suggestions have been floated before by lawmakers, but they've fallen through in previous attempts.
Grand Teton’s 2017 Visitation Marks Busiest on Record
Park managers say the eclipse weekend was estimated to be the busiest period in the park's history.
Wildlife Agencies Use Motion-Detection Cameras
Remote cameras supplement data from collars that transmit global-positioning signals.
More Than 50 Yellowstone Bison Escape Quarantine Facility
The bison had been in containment for nearly two years to assure they were free of brucellosis, a disease that can cause livestock to miscarry.