Riverton Chamber Busy With Calls About August Eclipse
Crowheart, Pavillion, Riverton and Shoshoni will all experience the total eclipse for at least 140 seconds.
Cheyenne to Host Several Events for 150th Anniversary
Other celebrations this summer will feature live music, a fireworks show and a history night.
Elk Foundation Awards Grant Money for Wyoming Projects
In addition, the Montana-based foundation will continue sponsorship of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Access Yes Program.
Teton County Sheriff Proposes Cost-of-Living Allowance
Whalen says not incentivizing emergency personnel to live in the area puts people at risk.
Shoshones Sue Federal Government Over Joint Tribal Funding
Both tribes have separately applied for self-determination funds to unilaterally continue programs that had been administered through the Joint Business Council.
Cheyenne’s Green House Data Acquire Atlanta Company
Green House Data now has locations in Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, New York, New Jersey and Georgia.
Coyote-Killing Devices Still OK in Wyoming
Lisa Robertson of the animal rights advocacy group Wyoming Untrapped says M-44s should be banned.
Natrona County School Officials Unsure of Proposed Drug Testing Policy
Proponents of the policy refer to a Supreme Court's ruling that states districts cannot test an entire student body.
Univ. of Wyoming to Acquire Unoccupied Sorority House
Mai said the university's goal is to eventually control all the property on Fraternity and Sorority Row.
Wyoming Man Found Guilty in Fatal 2013 Nebraska Crash
Hood successfully argued to suppress blood and urine samples taken from him after the crash.