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Despite uncertain lawmakers and mainly negative feedback, the latest proposal ekes out of an interim committee, 6-8.
A Wyoming agency’s fight to get personnel records from Albany County Sheriff’s Office five years after a killing has spurred
Measure seeks to equip Legislature — independent of executive branch — with the means to defend Wyoming’s interests from perceived
Two Campbell County officials commented Nov. 2 on the statewide petition to cut property taxes in half for homeowners' primary
The Campbell County chair for a group petitioning to reduce property taxes said that since she started handing out petitions
Gillette resident Holly Galloway, the petitioning group's chair for Campbell County, said the group needs to collect 1,910 signatures, which
CASPER, Wyo. — Megan Degenfelder, the elected state superintendent of public instruction for Wyoming, testified before Congress Oct. 19, highlighting
A group of Campbell County residents has launched its first petition to bring the community together to help support free
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's efforts include immigration reform, an official told Campbell County Chamber of Commerce members today.
The federal program offers $5 million to close low-producing and idle wells to prevent errant methane gas emissions.
Adopting the change, which is popular among Republicans, could dry up state revenue and violate the Wyoming Constitution, state-funded consultants
Filing claims there are no disputes over facts, only points of law, lays out constitutional arguments.
Even some challenging Rocky Mountain Power’s proposed 29.2% rate hike said the Legislature’s approach would place ratepayers at greater risk.
State law is inhibiting the decertification of a sheriff’s deputy who killed an unarmed man. Lawmakers are eyeing a fix.
Hemp-derived product creates similar, but often more mild, effects as marijuana. Its legality is tenuous, but it’s become a big
Proponents say rarely used federal heritage designation could put wind-swept region on the tourism map, though some in Natrona County
Amid concerns that a new law inadvertently disenfranchises some voters, a legislative panel delayed a decision to an October meeting.
Two library board members, Sage Bear and Charles Butler, are aiding an organization that is an alternative to the American
Conservation groups say industrial emitters in the state shouldn’t get a pass on the next round of regional haze efforts.
CASPER, Wyo. — Over 150 people showed up to a public hearing at the Thyra Thomson State Office Building in
U.S. Senate candidate Reid Rasner will make two stops Sept. 15 in Campbell County as part of his weekly town
The controversial bill is among a heap of election-related measures before a legislative committee meeting this week in Douglas.
The EPA must reconsider its disapproval of Wyoming's plan regarding emissions from the Wyodak power plant, and this time it
Republicans voted in support of two election complaints lodged against the Wyoming Democratic Party in order to dispute the way
Red Lodge, Montana attorney Walter Clapp says he gave up everything to run for president in pursuit of a singular
Wyoming Freedom Caucus leaders sent a letter Aug. 14 to Gov. Mark Gordon, calling for him to wholly remove Wyoming
Both leaders tout Wyoming’s role in advancing carbon capture technologies, but state officials still critical of EPA’s ‘power plant rule.’
Controversial language, which drew a large crowd to the Cheyenne meeting, didn’t align with the Joint Education Committee’s interim priorities,
Lawmakers and an anti-abortion group blocked from joining Wyoming’s abortion ban case have appealed the decision to the state supreme
Joint Education Committee will consider bill that would set aside public funds for private schools, including early childhood education.
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