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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants to know how your Wyoming hunt went this year. Many hunters have received, or will begin to receive, a harvest survey via email or the Postal Service. The … more
According to the latest numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, outdoor recreation soared in Wyoming during the pandemic, as demand for certain outdoor activities increased … more
The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources recently advanced one piece of legislation that would boost Wyoming’s ski communities and another that would improve public land … more
Qualified immunity can be granted to officers in a wrongful detainment lawsuit stemming from a 2017 incident outside Yellowstone National Park, a federal judge decided, but only in the case of one of … more
BUFFALO (WNE) — In 2022, Buffalo will be featured on the new HGTV makeover series “Home Town Kickstart.” The show is a spinoff of two other HGTV series — “Home … more
Gov. Mark Gordon will allocate $27 million in federal relief money toward building up Wyoming’s higher education opportunities, his office announced Tuesday. The money draws on funds awarded to … more
Hay prices are nearly double what they were last year. While jumps in feed prices often leave producers feeling the pinch, the high cost of hay is also putting a strain on anyone with horses, goats … more
Firearms manufacturers are not able to sell their guns and ammo on the state’s Shop Wyoming website — and a Cody lawmaker wants the attorney general to take action against what she sees … more
Larry and Patrick Connors had thousands of acres of prime upland game bird habitat to themselves Sunday morning. Chaos and Havoc, their black and yellow Labs, ran the field edges and ditches, looking … more
A late summer and autumn surge in cases of COVID-19 appears to have subsided, with the number of active infections and hospitalizations remaining at lower levels. Speaking at Tuesday’s … more
This December’s virtual fundraising appeal by Backpack Blessings of Powell is themed, “Pie in the Sky with — not Diamonds — but Dollars.” As in 2020, Backpack … more
After a quiet December in 2020, the sounds of the season will return this year in an array of holiday concerts, with classic carols, yuletide favorites and plenty of jingle bells. From … more
It was 10 years ago that the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Draper Museum launched its Raptor Experience and an upcoming talk will take a look back. In a Thursday, Dec. 2 Lunchtime … more
Wyoming Humanities recently awarded tens of thousands of dollars to organizations across the state through an initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Local recipients of the … more
This year’s Holiday Open House, an annual tradition in the Cody area, brings a weekend of free admission to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4, and … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Research and Planning Section of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported Monday that the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped from 4.5% … more
The Wyoming Office of Outdoor Recreation facilitates several outdoor recreation collaboratives convened throughout the state by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites, and Trails. A pair of local … more
Wyoming Republican Party leaders recently decided not to rebuke a Park County official who wrote an obscene email to state Sen. Tara Nethercott.  But they did criticize Sen. Larry Hicks for a … more
At this month’s board meeting, Northwest College leaders continued mulling whether to rename the college — and what that new name might be — as part of an overall transformation … more
A Powell police officer who put his own life on the line to rescue a teenager from the Garland Canal this summer has been honored for his efforts. At last week’s Powell City Council meeting, … more
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