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Commissioners: Censorship is not our job

Community encouraged to use proper process to protest library literature Demands to remove LGBTQ-related books from the children’s and young adult sections at the local library were not met during Thursday’s special meeting between the...
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Gillette grapples with anti-LGBTQ bigotry

By Nick Reynolds, WyoFile It was just supposed to be a magic show. Months ago, trustees at the Campbell County Library, seeking performers for their summer programming, booked magician Mikayla Oz, a well-regarded entertainer who has...
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First of its kind nuclear power plant to be built in Wyoming

State representatives, Secretary of Energy, Bill Gates, and others join Governor in announcing plans to construct Natrium reactor in Wyoming June 2 could be big in Wyoming energy history – and we’ll probably know by...
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Gillette College Bill Moves to House Floor

A bill allowing for the formation of the Gillette Community College District cleared the House Education Committee Wednesday and will move to the floor for further discussion. The bill, Senate File 83 (SF0083), passed the...

Gillette College Bill Passes Senate, Advances to House

An amended bill allowing for the formation of a local community college district has passed three readings in the Senate, despite a Sheridan senator’s call for the measure to die on the floor. Senate File...
Law enforcement officers at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 attempt to regain control of the building (Photo: Blink O'fanaye/Flickr, Creative Commons).

Wyoming reacts to U.S. Capitol protests

In a series of statements and interviews, Wyoming’s elected officials have condemned the actions of a group of insurrectionists that stormed and vandalized the U.S. Capitol Wednesday afternoon. From where he stood, the protests at...