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Three local officials respond to the Helping Open Underutilized Space to Ensure Shelter, or HOUSES, Act that Sens. John Barrasso
A federal district judge has denied a request to stop the Converse County Oil and Gas project, Gov. Mark Gordon
CASPER, Wyo. — Daylight saving time is out and standard time is back in fashion. Or at least it will
A Sheridan VA spokesperson credits Campbell County organizers for bringing Sheridan on board with a veterans initiative.
The federal permitting process for Wyoming energy producers would be quicker under a bill Senate Western Caucus Chair Cynthia Lummis,
Former Poke Andrew Wingard had his best game of the season on Sunday, finishing with a season-high in tackles to
In a news release from U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-WY, University of Wyoming Vice President for Research and Economic Development
CASPER, Wyo. — Megan Degenfelder, the elected state superintendent of public instruction for Wyoming, testified before Congress Oct. 19, highlighting
CASPER, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming has produced several NFL players currently making an impact. Here’s how they did
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's efforts include immigration reform, an official told Campbell County Chamber of Commerce members today.
These are nationwide tests.
Arch Resources anticipates coking coal problems in West Virginia will contribute to a 10% reduction in EBITDA for the third
DENVER, Colo. — ANB Bank has recently announced that Todd Crowley has been named the newest president of ANB Bank
The Biden administration’s Justice40 Initiative requires that 40% of clean energy grants must benefit disadvantaged and marginalized communities.
Wyoming's U.S. senators want to designate Oct. 4 as National Energy Appreciation Day to recognize people who work in the
Most national parks will close completely to the public, and areas that are physically accessible to the public will have
Petroleum Association of Wyoming has demanded the Biden Administration ensure oil and natural gas production permitting continue uninterrupted in case
Gov. Mark Gordon, the chair of the Western Governors' Association, hosted a workshop Sept. 21 at Gillette College and the
Basin Electric Power Cooperative is preparing to join Southwest Power Pool's regional transmission organization, Southwest Power Pool announced Sept. 14.
Wyoming ranked as the second-most underrated state in a recent survey.
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Today, Visionary Communications received $1.3 million in federal funding to expand high-speed internet infrastructure in Wyoming. The
NEW YORK — Singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, whose Caribbean-flavored song “Margaritaville” was turned into a billion-dollar empire of restaurants, resorts and
University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources and Low Emission Technology Australia will collaborate to advance energy technology, including through
Two library board members, Sage Bear and Charles Butler, are aiding an organization that is an alternative to the American
U.S. Senate candidate Reid Rasner will make two stops Sept. 15 in Campbell County as part of his weekly town
A Gillette musician who has a chance of winning a competition that spans the U.S. and Canada is seeking hometown
A research center within The University of Wyoming's School of Energy Resources will lead a $10 million hydrogen project that
The EPA must reconsider its disapproval of Wyoming's plan regarding emissions from the Wyodak power plant, and this time it
Wyoming Freedom Caucus leaders sent a letter Aug. 14 to Gov. Mark Gordon, calling for him to wholly remove Wyoming
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Wyomingites will have a chance to audition online Aug. 21 for American Idol. To audition, contestants must
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