Amy Richards is News Director for Townsquare Media-Cheyenne. She has many years of experience covering local news and is well known in the state capitol for her Legislative coverage. BA-English State University of New York. My favorite color is pink.
WalletHub: Wyoming Ranks Last In Gender Equality
Hawaii ranked number one, while Wyoming was ranked last. The United States ranked 23rd on the Global Gender Gap Index.
Mead: Remove Excess Wild Horses Or State Will Sue
Mead says under the Wild Free Roaming Horse and Burro Act the federal government must remove excess horses from its Herd Management Areas.
Primary Election Results to be Posted on SOS Website
State Elections Director Peggy Nighswonger says “unofficial results from the counties will be continuously updated as they are received.
Governor Activates National Guard to Help with Washington State Fires
The UH-60 and crew will deploy to Washington State to assist forest fire fighting. The focus will be on medical evacuations.
Wyoming Wants to Join Elk Feedgrounds Lawsuit
Western Watersheds is challenging a 2008 U.S. Forest Service decision that permitted five elk feedgrounds in the Jackson Hole area of northwest Wyoming.
Yellowstone Officials: Evacuation Story A Hoax
A story published on the internet recently that claimed Yellowstone National Park had been evacuated because of fears that the park’s supervolcano was going to erupt soon, simply isn’t true. That’s according to Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash. The article with the he…
Judge Approves Settlement in Campaign Finance Lawsuit
The order halts enforcement of certain campaign finance laws against minor party and independent candidates and their contributors.
Fifth Annual Wyoming Native American Conference Next Week
The conference is open and relevant to all Wyoming educators and community members.
Public Comment Period for Water Strategy Wraps-Up
Governor Matt Mead said he appreciates all of the people who commented on Wyoming’s Water Strategy.
Gubernatorial Candidates Square Off in Debate
The four candidats for Governor participated in a debate Tuesday evening sponsored by the League of Women Voters.