Wyoming Governor Signs 20-Day Rules for Propane Deliveries
Cold weather has driven up demand for propane, which many people use for heating.
Univ. of Wyoming to Examine Locations for New Dorms
The legislation gives the university Board of Trustees some discretion where to build the dorms.
Univ. of Wyoming Involvement Possible in Big Land Deal
University Board of Trustees Chairman Dave True says he isn't sure yet when the board may decide to buy into the land deal.
Wyoming-Based ‘West-Mex’ Chain Marks 50 With Redesign, Truck
New menu options, including a bigger burrito and enchiladas for dinner, are in the works, along with new logos and packaging.
Over 500 People Have Purchased Wyoming Conservation Plates
If 1,000 plates are not sold by the end of 2023, WYDOT will no longer offer them.
Wanted: More Pastures for West’s Overpopulated Wild Horses
The number of pastured wild horses is determined mainly through roundups and adoptions.
Wyoming Coal Power Plant Bill Signed by Gov. Gordon
Dockstader says the bill was about protecting small communities with coal-fired plants.
Companies Decry ‘Valve Turners’ Who Shut Down Pipelines
Several states are considering increasing fines and prison terms for such incidents and holding associated organizations legally accountable as well.
Woman Sentenced for Taking Meth Into Wyoming Jail
Stratton told the judge that she hopes to work on her addiction issues while in prison.
Another Skier Rescued in Jackson Hole
They made it back to Teton Village about 1:15 a.m. Thursday.