The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and the state Oil and Gas Conservation Commission will be meeting in Riverton later this month. Amy Richards reports. The public is invited to a ceremony for Wyoming's State Remembrance Wreath on Monday in the capitol rotunda
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking volunteers to teach Hunter Education classes. The Bridger-Teton National Forest will begin accepting credit/debit cards for firewood, post and pole permits, Christmas Tree permits and other products
Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service says a provision of the Affordable Care Act is increasing the number of doctors in rural states including Wyoming. An upcoming luncheon will focus on the state and national economies
Sixty-one year old Wyoming resident Nic Patrick says he has no animosity toward the grizzly sow that nearly killed him June 20th on the South Fork. The group that stages the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada has launched a YouTube Poetry contest for those between the ages of 18 and 35
Two Cheyenne men were sentenced in federal court last week on meth charges. A 55 year old Hudson, Wyoming man is due in court later this month for arraignment on charges that he made online threats against law enforcement and government officials
A former USDA Chief Economist says the crop insurance program has grown significantly since it's start in 1981. The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will meet on Thursday in Cheyenne. Amy Richards reports
Cheyenne police Lt. Rob Dafoe says early reports indicated that several males had been fighting in the area. At approximately 2:06 AM, responding officers found a male subject lying unconscious with head trauma.
Starting in the summer of 2014, the University of Wyoming will offer a distance Master's Degree program in English. Joy Greenwald reports. "Think local and think small", that's the message from the US Small Business Administration
The University of Wyoming is proceeding with more than $250, 000 in renovations to a house it rents to former UW President Bob Sternberg. Amy Richards reports. Governor Matt Mead has included proposed raises for state employees as part of his budget proposals for the next biennium
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