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Governor Mead holds second annual symposium on suicide prevention
Governor Mead held the second annual Symposium on Suicide Prevention at Little America Hotel in Cheyenne Wednesday.
Governor Mead Praises Wyoming's Growing Tourism Industry
Travel and tourism is the second largest industry in the state, it is big business in Wyoming.
Tribes propose wolf-hunt buffer zone in Wyoming
A Native American advocacy group is asking Wyoming wildlife managers for a ban on killing wolves along a wide swath of land bordering Yellowstone National Park.
UW's academic affairs, IT departments to lose more than two dozen people in layoffs
Twenty-seven employees from the University of Wyoming's informational technology and academic affairs offices will be laid off beginning this week, according to a Monday morning news release.
Alternative school activity funding in Wyoming creates concern
The Wyoming Legislature recently changed the way alternative schools will receive activities funding in the future, and it caused some to worry that schools like Cheyenne’s Triumph High would receive no funding at all.
While Trump maintains voter fraud, Murray says no evidence of significant illegal voting in Wyo
There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the Cowboy State during the 2016 election, Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray recently said, at a time when President Donald Trump has announced a panel to look into his unsubstantiated claims of illegal voting.
Forslund takes helm of Family Services in addition to Health Department
Tom Forslund, director of the Wyoming Department of Health, has also has become director of the Wyoming Department of Family Services, Gov. Matt Mead’s office announced Monday morning.
UW Braces For Layoffs
On the eve of graduation weekend, President Laurie Nichols announced to the Board of Trustees that 37 University of Wyoming staff members would lose their jobs to meet budget cuts.
Federal Methane Rule Holds On
The U.S. Senate decided not to overturn the Obama era methane rule, which seeks to limit the venting and flaring of methane by oil and gas drillers on federal land.
Wyoming's Senators Will Have Some Say When It Comes To Arts And Humanities Cuts
President Trump's first budget proposal called for totally zeroing out federal funding for the arts and humanities, which could disproportionately hurt rural states like Wyoming.
DEQ: Wyoming recycling, composting programs in line with other states
Despite what people might read online, leaders in local and statewide solid waste programs think Wyoming is doing relatively well when it comes to recycling.
UW Gains Seat on State Board of Education
University of Wyoming College of Education Dean D. Ray Reutzel will represent UW on the Wyoming State Board of Education.
Beyond Barbie dolls: Wyoming tries again at diversification
Wyoming launched its latest effort Thursday to diversify its economy, this time with a committee that will look for new opportunities beyond the state's heavy reliance on fossil fuels.