13 of 79 Small Wyoming Towns Not Audited in a Decade
Small-town governments were not audited by the department again until a budget increase in 2005 allowed the audits to resume on a limited basis.
Wyoming K-12 Standards to Include Native American History
The Education Department also is conducting reviews of the math standards and extended science standards.
Wyoming Man To Be Sentenced In Connection With Two Deaths
George Eluid Maestas pleaded no contest to three charges on Friday.
Wyoming Delegation, Mead Welcome EPA Move on Emissions
Mead says the Obama plan usurped state regulatory authority.
Three Reach Plea Deals in Wyoming Bar Fight Case
Cory Rutherford, Matthew Wedgewood, and Nicholas Hanson pleaded guilty in Sweetwater County District Court last week
Yellowstone Visitation Down During Snowy September
Still, the Park Service says Yellowstone saw its third busiest September on record in the park.
Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup Halted
The Wild Horse Preservation Campaign and two photographers have sued to contest the roundup.
Wyoming College Has to Euthanize Horses
A third horse also has become sick and has been quarantined.
EPA Loosens Wyoming Coal Restrictions
Limits on coal emissions are scrapped.
Woman Lost in Bighorns Found Dead
She had left the camp apparently to seek help and was hiking out with her gear in a snow storm.