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Wyoming showing slow signs of recovery from pandemic

By Kimberly James, The Center Square A declining unemployment rate is one of several indicators offering hope that Wyoming's economy is on the road to pre-pandemic strength. The recent Wyoming Economic Indicator report, released by the Wyoming...

The Trump effect: A divided GOP complicates 2022 Cheney race

By Rone Tempest, WyoFile As it garners global attention, race creates wedge in statewide party. The Wyoming Republican Party leadership’s recent vote to expel U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney intensified attention on a congressional race widely portrayed as...
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Federal judge blocks Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal contract workers

By Casey Harper, The Center Square A federal court issued an injunction Tuesday blocking the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for federal contract workers, the latest in a series of legal defeats for the president. U.S. District...
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Trump slated to appear at Hageman rally in May

By Rone Tempest, WyoFile Former President Donald Trump is set to appear at a May 28 rally in Wyoming for Harriet Hageman — despite the objection of one prominent Republican Party leader who says such...

Rep. Crenshaw says “lies” are being told by Hageman & other republicans on immunization...

By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily (this story originally appeared on Cowboy State Daily) Just one day after U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney blasted her congressional opponent for spreading misinformation regarding a bill she voted in favor...
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School districts, state asking for dismissal of mask mandate lawsuit

By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily (this story originally appeared on Cowboy State Daily) At least two school districts and the Wyoming Department of Health have asked a U.S. District Court to dismiss a lawsuit that...
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U.S. power plants short on coal; Utilities scrambling with cold temps ahead

By Jimmy Orr, Cowboy State Daily (this story originally appeared on Cowboy State Daily) Who says coal is a thing of the past? Although the push to move away from coal remains a top agenda item for...
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Budget work begins with governor’s ‘frugal’ $2.3B proposal

Gov. Mark Gordon and Legislature signal a stabilizing approach after several budget-cutting adjustments By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile The Joint Appropriations Committee will begin reviewing Gov. Mark Gordon’s budget proposal this week as the Legislature prepares its...

Mandate for healthcare worker vaccination paused in 10 states, including Wyo.

In response to a lawsuit by a coalition of ten states, including Wyoming, U.S. District Judge Matthew T. Schelp of the Eastern District of Missouri issued a preliminary injunction which halts the implementation and...

UW academic reorganization gets Trustee’s approval

By Floyd Whiting, Sheridan Media (this story originally appeared on Sheridan Media) The University of Wyoming reported last week that a major reorganization of the university’s academic programs will proceed as outlined by the university’s administration,...