A prescribed burn is in the works for 72 acres of Bridger-Teton National Forest on the boundary of Grant Teton National Forest. Amy Richards reports. Governor Matt Mead says one thing he learned on his recent trip to South Korea and Taiwan is that both countries are interested in Wyoming coal
Starting today the Wyoming Rural Development council will host the first of four Strong Town presentations across Wyoming. Amy Richards reports. Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the federal shutdown is forcing the state to place 233 state employees on furlough starting today
The board overseeing the creation of a state lottery in Wyoming has settled on a chief operating officer but is waiting for a background check and employment contract negotiations before making an announcement.
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he hasn't seen a proposal of what lands the federal government will offer to swap for state in holdings in Grand Teton National Park but doesn't want to wait years to resolve the issue.
Throughout the controversy over public schools Superintendent Cindy Hill, schools have still educated children, lawmakers have conducted their usual business, Hill has continued to perform superintendent duties.
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