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Wyoming's Turkey History
Though the turkey is a staple of the Thanksgiving meal, hunters in Wyoming could not harvest the wild turkey until 1955.
Since then, the fall and spring season is full of hunters stalking these birds to provide food for their families.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has presented the history of …
UW Giving Day Breaks New Records
The University of Wyoming’s sixth annual UW Giving Day broke new records this year.
This year’s, the university raised $840,602 in gifts and pledges from 2,409 donors in 48 states and six countries. That’s up from last year’s total …
Vehicle Pursuit of 140 Miles Ends Near Douglas, WY
The Wyoming Highway Patrol announced that a vehicular pursuit had taken place Thursday morning, November 19, which covered 140 miles.
The pursuit began when officers with the Gillette Police Department received a call of a subject impersonating a peace officer at a local gas station
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UW Begins Phase 4 a Week Early Due to COVID Rise
The University of Wyoming has announced that it will be transitioning into Phase 4 of its fall semester a week early, with this phase beginning on Monday, November 16.
Originally, Phase 4 was scheduled to begin on No23, with all classes going online at that time, but it was pushed forward because of …
UW Urges Caution As COVID Cases Rise on Campus
The University of Wyoming is continuing to work against the increasing cases of COVID-19 among students and employees.
As of Wednesday, there are 239 active cases among the UW community, with 27 students living on campus, 188 students living off-campus, and 24 employees...
Seven More COVID Related Deaths Confirmed in Wyoming
The Wyoming Department of Health announced on Thursday that seven more coronavirus related deaths have been confirmed in the state.
The following deaths were confirmed.

a Crook County man died late last month in another state, where he likely contracted the virus
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