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(OPINION) Governor Gordon Legislative Accomplishments: A win for the people of Wyoming
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Note: The following is an opinion piece written by Gov. Mark Gordon regarding the 2023 Legislative Session.
IRS Criminal Investigation unit investigates 975 COVID-related fraud cases, including Gillette case
The agency's cases include alleged fraud totaling $3.2 billion.
Winter Adventure Day set for April 15 at Casper Mountain Biathlon Club
Pre-registration for equipment times and lessons is now open for the fifth annual event that's meant to celebrate the end
Lummis reintroduces bill to raise pilot retirement age to 67
GILLETTE, Wyo. — U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-WY, and several other senators have reintroduced a bill to combat the pilot
Casper land trade agreement near West E Street to allow for boat ramp into North Platte River
Per a city staff memo, the city and three property owners of the Best Western Hotel have negotiated a property
Casper City Council hosting public hearings for La Cocina’s new liquor license, Yellowstone Garage Bar’s license transfer
Casper City Council is scheduled to host two public hearings regarding liquor licenses for La Cocina Mexican Restaurant and Yellowstone
Casper City Council to set April 4 public hearing to amend liquor license times
The amendment is possible because hour restrictions for liquor licenses were eliminated in July 2017, a city memo states.
Wyoming legislation recognizes 4-H as cocurricular program, allows excused absences
In Wyoming, 4-H is now considered a cocurricular activity, allowing members to obtain excused absences for participation in 4-H.
Wyoming Arts Council seeking musicians for 2023 Summer Road Trip Playlist
This is a statewide call open to independent musicians of all genres.
Lindsey Stirling, Walk off the Earth coming to Casper in August
Violinist dancer Lindsey Stirling will bring her unique style to Ford Wyoming Center in August in a show that includes
Banking issue concerns push national, Natrona County gas prices lower
Concerns fueled by failing banks put downward pressure on gas prices, pushing the national and Natrona County averages for a
Governor Gordon vetoes prohibition on delivery of unsolicited ballot form bill
The governor signed several bills this session to strengthen election integrity and security, but says that changes made to this
Gillette man arrested following shooting on Liberty Lane
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Formal charges are pending for a local man who was arrested Thursday evening on the suspicion of
Wyoming Centennial Farm and Ranch Program opens applications
The program annually honors families who have owned and operated the same farm or ranch for 100 years or more.
Casper Fire-EMS seeks public response on new community needs survey
Casper Fire-EMS is seeking community feedback to help it hone its relationship with the community.
‘Thank you for accepting us’: 14 Wyomingites become US citizens
The 14 individuals from countries all over the world, including the United Kingdom, Slovakia and Burma, and currently live in
Traveling nurse assistant claimed almost $20,000 in false benefits in Cheyenne
A nurse assistant is charged with fraud after claiming false benefits.
Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum Family Fun Day will dish on military rations
From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the museum, at 3740 Jourgensen Ave. in Casper, will welcome the public to the
Cheyenne Fire Rescue: Derailed train was carrying automobiles
CFR has released further information regarding a train derailment last night.
Fewer Wyoming resident deaths, births recorded in 2022, Wyoming Department of Health says
Fewer deaths, births, marriages and divorces were recorded among Wyoming residents in 2022 compared to the previous year according to
Natrona County gas prices up 2 cents as national average jumps 8 cents
Natrona County's average price for a gallon of regular gas is up 2 cents this week amid a rise in
Governor Gordon signs bills strengthening outdoor tourism economy, supporting Native American culture
Two major bills signed today will create the Wyoming Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Trust Fund and codify the federal Indian
Cheyenne Frontier Days makes donations for suicide awareness
Grace for 2 Brothers and the Wyoming Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will both receive $4,690.
Wyoming senators ask Department of Energy to clarify small refinery exemptions
Wyoming's U.S. Senators, Cynthia Lummis and John Barrasso, joined eight Senate Republican colleagues in asking Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer
First Yellowstone grizzly of 2023 emerges from hibernation
The adult bear, estimated at 300 to 350 pounds, was seen near the remains of a bison carcass in Pelican
Wyomingites less likely to go vegan, report says
While veganism is rising in some parts of the U.S., Wyoming is the state whose residents are the least likely
Natrona County regains cheapest Wyoming gas with 2-cent drop; national average up
It’s been a few weeks since Natrona County could boast of having the cheapest gas in Wyoming, but a local
Wyoming Homeowner Assistance Fund Program holds virtual town halls
Register online for the virtual town hall at dfs.wyo.gov/haf.
(VIDEO) Yellowstone otter filmed having Friday fun
"Hello from the otter slide. I must've slid a thousand times..." the NPS posted.