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POWELL (WNE) — What started as a complaint about illegal camping in the Bighorn Mountains last year recently resulted in a felony conviction. On July 22, the Bighorn National Forest …

We recently spoke with Kendra Aase, a young Viking woman in Kemmerer, age 21. Kendra also does very fancy nails and can be found on Instagram at Lotisbluenails. People walk among us around …

Even after passing a suite of new laws directing state regulators to prohibit utility costs that “do not benefit” Wyoming ratepayers, legislators are still seeking avenues to resist the …

Eating your veggies will be a lot easier for Wyoming residents with the new grant program from Feeding Laramie Valley. Funding is now available for innovative, community-based projects that focus on …

By Jan Moody Cokeville Correspondent   COKEVILLE — Mr. Hatch’s sixth-grade class will present World Day on Thursday, May 2. The public is invited to attend the evening …

The Cokeville High School music department, under the direction of Vince Burgoyne, brought home a “Triple Crown” from Music Festival at Star Valley High School on Wednesday, April 24. The …

Gov. Mark Gordon has promised to sue over a new suite of federal rules that most observers agree will hasten the U.S. thermal coal industry’s trajectory toward extinction — an existential …

Wednesday, May 1 Biscuits and gravy, hash browned potatoes, grits, fruit, muffin, margarine, one percent milk.   Thursday, May 2 Salad, salad dressing, chicken Alfredo, Texas …

“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that is gone forever; impossible to reproduce.” - Karl Lagerfeld May is National Photography Month, which began in 1987 …

Do you like to watch baking shows on television? The kind where several nervous bakers compete to be the next best thing, like “Cake Wars,” “Cupcake Wars,” or the …

SUBLETTE COUNTY (WNE) — A female skier amid a multi-week trek across the Wind River Mountain Range became severely ill near Downs Mountain and needed to be rescued from an elevation of 13,355 …

KEMMERER — Gov. Mark Gordon and the Wyoming Department of Revenue recently announced that the property tax refund program for homeowners is now open for applications. The past legislative …

KEMMERER — The Kemmerer City Council meeting on April 22 opened with discussion about the need for road repair in town, specifically on Cedar and Sage avenues. The money needed for the project …

Kemmerer High School students celebrated this year’s prom on Saturday, April 20. This year’s royalty includes Chase Bowen, king; Sophie Archibald, queen; Laynee Walker, junior princess; …

ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) -— The Western Wyoming Community College Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of the college’s next president, Dr. Kirk Young during the board’s …

RIVERTON — From her home in the South Carolina countryside town of Six Mile, Lorraine Finazzo typically spends her weekdays managing construction projects for a New York City real estate …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — In advance of the 2024 election, the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office has published its 2024 Campaign Guide. The 2024 Campaign Guide provides candidates, campaign …

JACKSON (WNE) — Just weeks before the legal antler hunt season on public lands opens May 1 for Wyoming residents and May 8 for others, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced stiff …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — U.S. Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., formally announced his intention to seek re-election to another six-year term on Wednesday. Last month, Barrasso announced he will run for …

KEMMERER — Armed with shovels, rakes, clippers, saws, brooms and trash bags, a small army of volunteers on Saturday, April 13, set out on a mission to reclaim the Hamsfork Museum’s front …

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