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LARAMIE – The University of Wyoming’s small but mighty collegiate wool judging team competed in three regional contests this year, beginning with a strong performance at the 7220 Wool …

GOSHEN COUNTY – Although the Goshen County Primary Election isn’t until August 20, a new law may have area voters thinking ahead, but only if they are aware of the big changes coming to …

WYOMING – In a March 26 press release, Wyoming Secretary of State, Chuck Gray, announced the dismissal of the appeal in the Newcomb v. Chuck Gray Lawsuit, a movement brought by Tim Newcomb to …

CHEYENNE – There has been an increase in measles cases and outbreaks in 2024, both domestically and worldwide. Because of this, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) and the Centers for …

WYOMING – Food insecurity is a significant concern for many older adults in Wyoming. In 2020, one out of every 15 adults over the age of 60 experienced food insecurity. This number is too high …

CHEYENNE – Governor Mark Gordon signed four bills today that strengthen Wyoming’s status as a Second-Amendment friendly state. The Governor signed SF0073 - Concealed firearms-permit …

GILLETTE and LANDER –   For youth interested in breeding their cattle, the University of Wyoming Extension will offer artificial insemination (AI) workshops in Campbell and Fremont …

CHEYENNE –  Governor Mark Gordon signed two bills today, one that helps protect key infrastructure in Wyoming from foreign adversaries, and the other that lowers the cost of constructing …

CHEYENNE – As the Wyoming Legislature approaches the end of the 67th Budget Session, legislators are working hard to reach a budget agreement. It’s been a tumultuous process. After joint …

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congresswoman Harriet Hageman voted against H. Res. 1061, Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2024. The vote funds six of the twelve FY2024 spending bills.  Rep. …

CHEYENNE – As the Wyoming Legislature approaches the end of the 67th Budget Session, legislators are working hard to reach a budget agreement. It’s been a tumultuous process. After joint …

CHEYENNE – Governor Mark Gordon took action on 2 bills on Wednesday, March 6. The Governor signed the following enrolled acts into law today: Enrolled Act # Bill # Bill Title …

CHEYENNE – Governor Mark Gordon has signed an Executive Order creating the Wyoming Healthcare Workforce Task Force, a continuation of efforts to address the shortage of healthcare professionals …

CHEYENNE – On March 4, 2024, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a unanimous decision reversing the Colorado Supreme Court’s December ruling to remove Donald Trump from the …

WYOMING – March officially kicks off Women’s History Month and Wyoming history books are chalked full of monumental women who made history throughout the years.   Every year, a …

CASPER –   U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) today released the following statement after the United States Supreme Court unanimously rejected state attempts to ban President Donald …

WASHINGTON, D.C . – U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) recently spoke on the Senate floor about the Biden administration’s failure to protect the American people. …

The Joint Minerals, Business & Economic Development Committee on Monday advanced a stimulus bill that could boost Wyoming’s enhanced oil recovery (EOR), a production method in which carbon dioxide is injected underground to help pressure up latent oil reserves in older fields.

The University of Wyoming’s third annual Ranch Management and Agricultural Leadership (RMAL) seminar series begins Monday, Feb. 12, at Casper College.

Today, Senators John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis (both R-WY) released the following statement after the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) withdrew its proposal that would pave the way for Natural Asset Companies (NACs) to be listed on the NYSE.

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