laborative adaptive management will allow the National Park Service (NPS) to gather more information about park resource conditions through scientific monitoring and to seek additional public input on what resources are most important to monitor going forward.
A Casper based development company has purchased a University of Wyoming ground lease and aims to revitalize a retail development on the east end of the campus. Wyoming is one of 19 states that allows schools to paddle students as a disciplinary measure
A South Carolina man has been sentenced to a year and a day in prison for a fatal rollover that killed a Wyoming man in North Dakota. A popular conservation easement program is accepting applications for enrollment
A temporary closure of the Aspen Grove Trailhead and the Mountain Trail System at Curt Gowdy State Park has been implemented due to heavy moisture in recent weeks. Proceeds from the second annual University of Wyoming bred heifer sale will benefit leadership and heifer marketing students
Sophomore guard Josh Adams paced three Cowboys in double figures with a career-high 20 points to help the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team to an 85-64 win over Arkansas State on Saturday afternoon in the Arena-Auditorium.
he start date for usage of over-the-snow vehicles (OSV) operating off designated routes has been adjusted to Nov. 16 and the wording regarding minimum snow depth requirements for OSV off-road operation has been clarified.
Wyoming's Insurance Commissioner says while health insurance costs in the state are high, most residents will qualify for tax credits toward premiums. Members of the Wyoming Recreation Action Team will meet next week in Cheyenne
Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY) introduced Lt. Col. Jason Anderson as an expert witness Wednesday during a Senate Small Business Committee roundtable. Some Campbell County schools are sending waste food to a Gillette composting program rather than throwing it out
A delegation of Wyoming legislator and local officials met with local government leaders from the northwest on Wednesday. Amy Richards reports. University of Wyoming researchers will use kochia in a five year study to help find a solution to weak resistance to herbicides
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