The Northern Arapahoe Tribe is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reject a request from the state of Wyoming to halt implementation of the agency's decision that over 1 million acres around Riverton remains legally Indian country
Contracts totaling nearly $12.8 million for six highway projects around Wyoming were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its January meeting in Cheyenne. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department alerted hunters to some changes specific to wild bison.
State and federal officials are investigating the shooting of a wolf on private land inside Grand Teton National Park. Deborah Lee James, Secretary of the Air Force, says she moved up her fact-finding mission to the country's nuclear missile bases due to the cheating scandal that was unveiled last week
The Bureau of Land Management will hold a series of public meetings on sage grouse management next month. A federal judge has ordered a Russian man who pleaded guilty to trying to export high-tech military rifle sights to leave the country
Two Alpine, Wyoming men cited for trapping violations. Gasbuddy.com says gas prices should go down slightly through the end of January, but motorists should expect increased price volatility in February
Wyoming Supreme Court hears arguments on case of an environmentalist who says he was denied state records related to endangered species protection for grizzly bears. Cheyenne Frontier Days General Committee has chosen Michelle Hess to replace Diane Humphrey as Cheyenne Dandies director
The 12 Annual Gro Biz Conference and Idea Expo will be held in Cheyenne February 18th-20th at Little America. An Insurance company has reached a confidential settlement agreement with the company that owns Cheyenne's Hitching Post Inn
The state of Wyoming capitalized on last year's record breaking year on Wall Street to bank hundred's of millions in profits on state investments. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says there are some parts of the farm bill that would need to be implemented right away, once the bill passes Congress
A Wyoming lawmaker is pushing a bill to allow use of the firing squad to execute condemned state inmates if constitutional problems or other issues prevent the use of lethal injection. Registration is now open for a comprehensive grant training program
The new CEO of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation says tickets could go on sale in the state as early as June. Four of the top snowmobile trails in the country, as determined by SnoWest Magazine are in Wyoming
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