In an effort to respond to the challenges and continued uncertainties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Wyoming will extend its online/virtual learning class structure for graduate and undergraduate classes through the summer.
Nearly 2,000 people have signed a petition asking Wyoming state government to approve Teton County’s request for a stronger community stay-at-home order.
An expected significant drop in first-quarter thermal coal production has the Powder River Basin’s largest producer making more adjustments to its workforce.
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Fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt by malt barley growers in this area.
The Wyoming State Museum has made the decision to postpone the awards reception for the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition that was scheduled to take place April 24.
Gov. Mark Gordon signed a letter Wednesday requesting a disaster declaration from the federal government to help Wyoming as the state’s total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases grew to 230, with 74 of those patients having recovered.
As the nationwide death toll for COVID-19 patients continues to rise, many states have quickly responded by adjusting their primary elections — and Wyoming could soon join them.
The Wyoming Supreme Court on Monday upheld the dismissal of a first-degree murder case against a Casper man on the basis of a new stand-your-ground law.
The public may soon know exactly what Laramie County School District 1 found during its internal investigation into racist and homophobic flyers posted last year at Cheyenne’s McCormick Junior High School.
To keep kids and families wild about wildlife and Wyoming’s outdoor resources, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and conservation partners are bringing the outdoors inside.
Over his 20-plus years of international teaching in countries like Germany and Thailand, Carl Beach noticed many policies that he thought could be brought back to his home state of Wyoming.
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Coal production across Wyoming continued to tumble throughout the start of the new year, with output during the first quarter setting a new two-decade low, data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows.
A lot has changed since Gov. Mark Gordon announced earlier this year that the state was exploring a deal to buy roughly a million acres of land in southern Wyoming from Occidental Petroleum Corporation.
Livestock markets were worrisome at the beginning of the week.
Forty-eight neighbors who kissed a bride in Thermopolis in October 1918 during a charivari all came down with Spanish influenza as a result, a Gillette newspaper reported as Wyoming struggled with its first major viral epidemic.
Local, state and national leaders have all urged residents to avoid public areas and avoid in-person interactions as the novel coronavirus continues to spread.
Rock and Christine Hull and their five kids couldn’t take another day inside.
Sheep ranchers are the earliest agricultural victims in Uinta County to feel the economic implications of the coronavirus pandemic.
Still stinging over criticism of a construction project in the Newcastle area that ran well over budget, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has tabled two proposed employee housing projects.
From musical performances and bear hunts to auctions designed to help struggling restaurants, Wyoming residents continue to step up to provide assistance to each other during the coronavirus epidemic.
A husband and wife were charged Friday morning in the death of 38-year-old Trevor Bartlett, who died of a gunshot wound early Thursday.
Wyoming’s mineral industries have asked Gov. Mark Gordon to consider mining and drilling operations “essential” activities in anticipation of further potential business restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic.
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