Senator Mike Enzi said he voted against suspending the debt limit in the Senate. He said allowing more debt until Congress decides to act is just wrong. Plans are being made to remove an old University of Wyoming recreation camp in the Medicine Bow National Forest
The Wyoming Game and Fish announced the Forever Wild program, designed to provide outdoor training for families with limited outdoor experience. The Fremont County coroner is asking county officials there to hire a forensic pathologist
The Wyoming House of Representatives has voted down a proposed demonstration health project on the Wind River Indian Reservation. The Wyoming Entrepreneur Small Business Development Center is offering human resources training
Senator's Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, both (R-WY), recently joined 36 of their Republican colleagues in introducing "The Stop Targeting Political Beliefs by the IRS Act." The Wyoming Republican Party says they will move their State headquarters from Casper to Cheyenne
The college board which tracks student performance says more Wyoming public school students are succeeding on advanced exams compared to a decade ago. Yellowstone National Park is joining all National Park Service sites across the country in observance of the President's Day National Holiday
University of Wyoming scientists are conducting one of the largest studies of pronghorn antelope and their declining population numbers. A Jackson, Wyo. man accused of pocketing his workers' paychecks and forcing them to work for him under the threat of deportation is facing a felony human trafficking charge
In her State of the Judiciary speech to the Wyoming Legislature Monday, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Kite acknowledged that the court's decision in the Superintendent of Public Instruction case has created concern and challenges for the legislature
A teenager has pleaded guilty to his role in killing a man and beating a woman on a bike trail in Riverton. While March is the annual deadline for insurance on most spring-planted crops, the USDA says those deadlines may vary by crop and region
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