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Volunteers Needed for 21st Annual Deer Mortality Surveys

April 22, 2014 State of Wyoming No Comments

Wyoming Game and Fish wildlife managers are inviting the community to participate in their 21st annual deer mortality surveys. The goal is to understand how this past winter affected the Wyoming Range and Uinta mule deer herds. The Cokeville area surveys are Saturday, May 3 at 9 a.m. at the state line gravel pit three miles southwest of Sage Junction

Wyoming Officials Talk Future of Western Land

April 21, 2014 State of Wyoming No Comments

Wyoming officials and eight other states joined together to talk about what’s in store for federal land in the west. Officials weighed in on federal land within their borders in Salt Lake City Friday. Montana state Senator Jennifer Fielder told the Associated Press bad policies, questionable science and budget cuts are hurting Western lands. Representatives from Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon and Washington all attended the summit

Poll: People in Wyoming Trust State Government

April 18, 2014 State of Wyoming No Comments

Wyoming residents trust their state government more than almost any other state in the nation. 76 percent of Wyoming voters say they have a great deal of trust in the people they’ve elected making the Cowboy State number two in the nation according to a Gallup Poll. People in Illinois trust their state government the least at 28 percent

Yellowstone Elk Count Marred by Weather

Montana’s Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks says they weren’t able to finish counting the elk herd that migrates between Yellowstone National Park and Montana. Park and department scientists say the numbers this year are probably close to last year’s 3,900 elk, but they didn’t finish counting this year because of bad weather. The herd peaked at 20,000 in 1992 before gray wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone

Wyoming House Speaker Lubnau to Retire

April 16, 2014 State of Wyoming No Comments

Wyoming House Speaker Tom Lubnau is retiring from the Legislature. The Gillette Republican was elected speaker for the 2013 and 2014 sessions. House speakers in Lubnau’s position traditionally end after that amount of time so he says he’s honoring the tradition and hopefully fading into obscurity

Wyoming Teen Charged With Killing Guard Pleads Guilty to Robbery

April 14, 2014 State of Wyoming No Comments

A Wyoming boy is pleading not guilty to killing a Nebraska jail guard, but is pleading guilty for the crime that landed him in jail in the first place…robbing a convenience store. Authorities say 15-year-old Dylan Cardeilhac lured 24-year-old Amanda Baker into his cell and then strangled her from behind

Wyoming’s Marriage Laws Under Fire at Federal Court Hearing

April 10, 2014 State of Wyoming No Comments

The federal court hearing challenging Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage will have direct effect on Wyoming’s marriage laws. A Utah couple is challenging their state’s ban on gay marriage at the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver today. The 10th Circuit Court also has jurisdiction over Wyoming so if there are changes in Utah’s laws there will also be changes in Wyoming’s

Fracking Law Changes in Wyoming

April 8, 2014 State of Wyoming Comments Off

OSHA finished three weeks of hearings in Wyoming affecting the future of fracking. Executive director for the Wyoming Equality State Policy Center Dan Neal was in favor of a rule to help keep workers from inhaling too much silica dust.

Having exposure limits means businesses would have to keep work site air clean with vacuum systems or worker respirators

Wyoming Business Images magazine promotes state to relocating businesses

April 7, 2014 State of Wyoming Comments Off

The Wyoming Business Council just released their annual print and digital program, Wyoming Business Images. The program promotes the state’s relocating businesses, site selectors and business executives. The photography organization highlights the amazing quality of life, diversity, culture and low cost of living.

Wyoming Wins Suit to Have Equal Playing Field for Wyoming Travel Industry

April 7, 2014 State of Wyoming Comments Off

The Wyoming Supreme Court approved a decision requiring online travel companies to collect sales tax and pay it to the state when they book hotels in Wyoming. Governor Matt Mead says no company in Wyoming’s tourist industry should have an unfair advantage.

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  • Rep. Lummis Announces Re-Election Bid - April 23, 2014
    U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis announced her re-election bid on Wednesday in Cheyenne. Lummis said she wants a fourth term representing Wyoming in Congress so she can work to reduce the federal government’s role in the Cowboy State. “The federal government cannot do better for Wyoming, than Wyoming can do for itself,” Lummis said. “So part […]
  • Wyoming Veterans Asked to Complete Survey - April 23, 2014
    Wyoming veterans and family members are encouraged to complete a short online survey regarding Wyoming veteran benefits and services, which is located at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WYOVET2014. The Wyoming Veterans Commission is updating their strategic plan and surveying Wyoming veterans and family members is an important part of that process. The survey, which only takes a few minutes to complete, is focused on […]
  • Wyoming Head Coach Recaps Spring Football Practice [AUDIO] - April 23, 2014
    The Wyoming Cowboys wrapped up spring practice last Saturday afternoon in Laramie.  And if you asked head coach Craig Bohl, he would tell you he wants 15 more practices this spring.  That’s not because of poor practicing by the Cowboys, but more so that he can get to know his team even better and get […]
  • Owners Encouraged to Vaccinate Pets for Rabies - April 22, 2014
    Wyoming State Laboratory scientists are urging owners to have their pets vaccinated against rabies. Virologist Myrna Miller says it’s especially important for pet owners in Laramie and Goshen Counties. “The south central rabies virus strain has been moving into the state of Wyoming from the southern and eastern borders,” reports Miller. “So we’ve have quite […]

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