Norovirus Cases in YNP and Grand Teton Have Subsided
The number of cases spiked last month, but have returned to near normal levels.
Decker Coal Mine Deal in Trouble
The Decker mine is co-owned by Ambre and Wyoming-based Cloud Peak Energy.
National Park Service to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Moulton Barn
The barn is located in Grand Teton National Park.
Wyoming AG Urging Supreme Court to Rule Against Hill
The AG's Office this week filed a lengthy brief with the court laying out the history of the state's education system.
Buffalo Bill Center Goes Global
CODY, Wyo. (AP) —The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody is showing up in classrooms around the world. The center has partnered with Skype in the Classroom and created its first lesson plan, “Trappers, Traders, Trailblazers: Mountain Men of the Rocky Mountain West.” School s…
Mead Talks About Education Department Investigation
Gov. Mead says state Education Dept. inquiry provides transparency and information.
Kids Count Report Released for Wyoming
The report gives the state both an overall ranking and scores in four separate areas — economic well-being; education; health and family; and community.
TransWest Express EIS To Be Released
TransWest Express is part of the Anschutz Corp. Its proposed transmission line is meant to deliver Wyoming wind power to California, Arizona and Nevada.
Colorado Man Dies While Climbing the Grand Teton
The death is under investigation. Meanwhile, Teton County Coroner Kiley Campbell says the man suffered little trauma, and drowning is not suspected.
Inquiry into Department of Education Released
The report makes no conclusions but does chronicles a slew of complaints and concerns about how the agency was run under State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill.