U.S. Rig Count Up By 8 This Week to 915; Wyoming Down 1
The U.S. rig count peaked at 4,530 in 1981.
Changes Announced at Sheridan College After Racist Incidents
Other changes include the establishment of a multi-cultural center.
Wyoming Lawmakers Advance Marijuana Bills
Currently, possession of 3 ounces or more of marijuana in plant form is considered a felony in Wyoming.
Wyoming Game Managers Take Public Comment on Grizzly Bears
Those attending the meeting Wednesday night were asked their thoughts on population monitoring, research, conflict management, information and education and grizzly bear hunting.
Wyoming Man Accused of Killing Dog Gets Probation, Counseling
At his September sentencing, prosecutors argued for 18 to 24 months of imprisonment.
Bankers: Economy to Remain Slow in Rural Parts of 10 States
The index ranges between 0 and 100, with any number under 50 indicating a shrinking economy.
Oil, Gas Lease Sales on State Lands Net $60M for Wyoming
A sale from earlier this month drew in 80 bidders and nearly $17 million after a weeklong online bidding war.
Yellowstone Sees Fewer Visitors in Snowy October
Still, the numbers were the third busiest October in the park's history.
Wyoming Health Department Says Illnesses Connected
Deti says the problem appears to be limited to daycare and preschool attendees, adding that there is no evidence at this time the illnesses are related to school meals.
Company Plans to Build Hyperloop Test Track East of Denver
Hyperloop systems move magnetically lifted pods through tubes, which reduce aerodynamic drag.