Wyoming Eduction Gets Good Grades

September 9, 2019

Education Week’s 23rd annual report card, “Quality Counts 2019,” ranks Wyoming sixth nationally in education quality – up one spot from seventh nationally in 2018. Once again, Wyoming scored the highest among western states, and first in …

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Beware Hurricane Scam

September 6, 2019

While the Better Business Bureau and BBB Wise Giving Alliance applaud the generosity of people who want to help with Hurricane Dorian relief efforts, they advise caution to make sure their donations get to the …

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WYDOT Gets New Tech

September 5, 2019

Wyoming officials will soon move a statewide mainframe system used to issue driver licenses, check driving records and provide other motor vehicle services to a new location. In an effort to ensure continued service, Wyoming’s …

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Bridge Being Replaced In South Park

September 4, 2019

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has begun replacing a failing bridge at the South Park Wildlife Habitat Management Area south of Jackson. The construction project is planned to be completed by September 30th. During …

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Bridge Work Progress Near Pinedale

September 2, 2019

Bridger-Teton National Forest is making progress on the replacement of three bridges in the Pinedale area. Crews are scheduled to begin work on the Sweeney and Half Moon bridges on the Half Moon Lake road …

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Huckleberry Rules in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park rangers point out that huckleberries and whortleberries are a tasty, succulent treat often found in late August and early September along trails. However, they caution those who would enjoy them to stay …

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