The Uinta County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees held the first of two public hearings on proposed rule CKA, the School Safety and Security Rule, which would allow district employees to apply for approval to carry concealed firearms on district property, on Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Teton County’s school superintendent joined a statewide debate Wednesday, suggesting to lawmakers that a private school should meet state and federal standards if it is to enjoy the same zoning independence afforded public schools.
Wyoming Department of Education staff heard some pushback from the State Board of Education during its meeting Thursday regarding the state’s proposed new K-12 computer science standards.
A Casper man facing a first-degree murder charge asked a judge last month to throw out the case, citing a Wyoming law just a month old at the time of shooting.
The Ten Sleep School Board adopted their concealed carry rule with a vote of four to one Monday evening, after much discussion with community members, Washakie County Sheriff Steve Rakness and Ten Sleep School attorney Scott Kolpitcke.
Despite numerous regulatory hurdles, the use of products made with Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, has exploded over the past several years.
Lawmakers have advanced a bill that would require Senate approval of the appointment of key state water officials, a measure the governor said is unnecessary and that other critics say would inject politics into water administration.
Gov. Mark Gordon used his first supplemental budget request to lobby for more money for the state’s wildlife trust fund, a new position to support local governments and energy research.
Tax reform – not tax increases – is a priority for Republican leadership in the Wyoming legislature this year.
Wyoming’s latest economic forecast shows the drop in oil prices to end 2018 will mean a serious blow to the state’s overall revenue picture.
The leaders of both chambers of the state Legislature have made stabilizing revenue one of their top priorities this general session.
Efforts to diversify and grow Wyoming’s economy were met with some challenges in 2018, but Wyoming Business Council leaders believe it was a respectable year.
The Eastern Shoshone Tribe has accused Fremont County’s SageWest Health Care and its ownership of overcharging tribal members to the tune of a 700 percent profit margin.
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As a longtime employee of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, David Cernicek has endured government shutdowns before.
Two bills proposed in the Wyoming Senate offer dramatically different visions for future Wyoming elections — with one seeking to restrict primary voting to the [...]
A state senator representing Teton County said Friday he has signed on to co-sponsor a bill that would strip counties of zoning authority over some private schools.
A bill to open up Wyoming to mail-in ballot elections failed to gain any traction against a headwind of concerns about voter fraud and uninformed voters having an easier time participating in the system.
Derek Colling, a deputy in the Albany County Sheriff’s Office, will not be indicted for the November fatal shooting of Laramie man Robbie Ramirez.
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