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NEWCASTLE (WNE) — Despite a warning from City Attorney Dublin Hughes regarding the inclusion of the invocation in the municipal code book, the Newcastle City Council approved an updated agenda …

“You can’t put your life on hold for somebody else, you know? Sometimes you just have to do what you have to do to make yourself happy. And if you’re not, like, solid with yourself, …

CHEYENNE — The process to repeal gun-free zones in the Capitol and other state-owned buildings through the executive branch has officially begun. During a State Building Commission meeting …

CASPER — Conservation groups on Monday, April 8, filed a suit to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over its failure to list western wolves under the Endangered Species Act. The …

POWELL (WNE) — Comedian, actor and former radio personality Larry the Cable Guy will be the star of the July 3-4 Cody Stampede Parades this year. Nebraska native Daniel Lawrence Whitney, …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — New data shows workers in Wyoming who have stayed in their job for at least 12 months saw their wages rise by 4.9% compared to the same time last year, with a median annual …

POWELL (WNE) — A Cody woman has been sentenced to prison for drunkenly crashing into a building last year and injuring a person inside. Heather L. Johnson recently received a four- to …

The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has granted $320,000 to Star Valley Health to purchase state-of-the-art ultrasound equipment as part of a statewide ultrasound initiative across …

Few hunting experiences are as rugged, challenging and elusive as stalking a bighorn sheep. Interested Wyoming residents typically wait decades, if not even a lifetime, before drawing a ram …

CHEYENNE — As election season approaches, Wyoming voters need to be aware of statewide changes to the electoral process that will be implemented this year. Historically, Wyomingites have …

KEMMERER — On Saturday, March 30, the Fossil Basin Chamber of Commerce concluded its Easter promotion with a free movie at Victory Theater and a drawing for money and prizes at the …

Wednesday, April 10 Birthday Lunch - Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, whole wheat roll, margarine, yellow cake with chocolate frosting, ice cream, one percent milk.   …

RIVERTON (WNE) — Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director Brian Nesvik will retire in September after 29 years of dedicated service to conserving Wyoming’s wildlife. Nesvik’s …

JACKSON (WNE) — The Wyoming Council for Women is seeking nominations for outstanding female entrepreneurs across the state for recognition with the annual Jan Torres Woman Entrepreneur Award. …

“The Wandering Hour” by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos is a delightfully scary book for young people. Menacing magical artifacts and frightening monsters await within its pages. So …

Many know of the Notre Dame cathedral or have heard its name on the news thanks to the disaster that took place on April 15, 2019. Before I delve into that tragedy, allow me to tell you pieces of its …

As the ground thaws, nuclear innovation company TerraPower aims to be ready by late spring or early summer to break ground for the test and fill facility near Kemmerer for its nuclear power site. The …

The past month of March, snowpacks’ Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) continued to gain in water content. A lot of the areawide snowpacks’ SWEs were 10% to 30% above median. Many of the Upper …

Wyoming wildlife officials on Thursday released their first public statement about a wolf that was illegally taken captive and then subjected to alleged abuses that have generated outrage around the …

CHEYENNE (WNE) — All of Cheyenne’s outgoing mail will be sorted in Denver in the future amid sweeping, nationwide changes in the United States Postal Service. While USPS says this …

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