A district judge in Cheyenne has rejected state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill's request to have her powers and duties immediately restored. Judge Thomas Campbell on Wednesday refused to issue a preliminary injunction in a lawsuit Hill has filed challenging the constitutionality of her job changes
Governor Matt Mead has appointed Jayne Mockler to fill a vacancy on the Wyoming Board of Equalization. Mockler is a former state Senator from Cheyenne. She replaces Deborah Smith who retired in December of 2012
Governor Matt Mead vetoed the Unemployment Insurance-Worker's Misconduct bill Thursday. Dan Neal with the Equality State Policy Center says the bill was originated in order to deny workers unemployment benefits if they were fired for willful misconduct but Neal says the bill ended up being a bill that meant workers could be fired and denied benefits for just about anything
If approved by Governor Matt Mead, the lottery bill would not take effect in Wyoming until July 1st and even then you still won't be able to buy a lottery ticket for at least a year. Mike Moser, executive director of the Wyoming Statel Liquor Dealers Association, says the necessary infrastructure would have to be put in place first
Senator Mike Enzi says Drone strikes, leaks, lack of transparency, and cooperation caused him to vote against the confirmation of John Brennan to head the CIA. The Senate confirmed Brennan with a vote of 63-34
The University of Wyoming is reporting that more than 12,870 students are enrolled for the spring semester. Vice President for Student Affairs Sara Axelson says that’s an increase of more than 170 students from the 2011 spring semester and 34 students from last spring.
U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo) issued the following statement on the cancellation of White House tours:
“President Obama has announced that because of the sequester cuts he is cancelling all White House tours, including long-scheduled tours by tourists and schoolchildren
The National Park Service on Friday morning released a preferred alternative plan plan for the future of winter use in Yellowstone National Park. The following is from a news release from the Park Service on it's proposal
Governor Matt Mead signed a bill Tuesday that transfers most of the duties of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction to an appointed director.The Governor said the debate on the bill has been tough on everyone and the decision to sign the bill was not easy for him
No one was injured by a fire at holly frontier which began just after noon Wednesday. refinery spokesman Kevin Burke says a leak occurred in a piece of equipment adjacent to the refinery's delayed coker unit
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