On Saturday, March 31, a free exhibition at the University of Wyoming Art Museum will open titled, “Journeys along the Sepik River: Tribal Art from Papua New Guinea.” The exhibition would never be happening, were it not for a gift recently acquired by the UW Art Museum.
Wolves and wolf management are issues that have certainly been buzzing and circulating across the entire mountain west region for some time now, with recent discussion to end federal protections of the animals and allow wolf hunts. Public sentiment toward the wolves have not commonly been seen as popular, especially with recent actions of wolves in the Jackson area; but now, that public opinion is being sought by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to gather feelings toward the new wolf management and wolf hunting regulations.
President Barack Obama’s rejection of the Keystone Pipeline has caused an uproar on capitol hill, and among those opposing the decision, Wyoming Senator John Barrasso.
President Obama just made it clear that he is more interested in his own reelection than American job creation
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