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WAM Produces Municipal Finance Report

The Wyoming Association of Municipalities (WAM) has produced its first-ever Municipal Finance Report in an effort to address Wyoming’s economic downturn and potential solutions for the long-term financial health of cities and towns. “The 2016 …

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Ferret Sightings Up

October 13, 2016
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Population reports for what is known as one of North America’s most endangered mammals, the black-footed ferret, came in positive this fall. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently completed population surveys in Meeteetse and …

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Downtown Jackson Gas Leak Resolved

October 12, 2016

Emergency crews from Jackson Hole Fire/EMS and Lower Valley Energy acted quickly this morning to remedy a leaking natural gas line and to abate any hazard to schools and residences in the North Jean Street …

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Poaching Incident Near Rock Springs

October 11, 2016

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Rock Springs Game Warden Dave Hays is looking for information about a buck mule deer poached over the weekend south of Rock Springs. “A headless buck mule deer was discovered …

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Flu Clinic For Seniors Today

October 7, 2016

One of the goals listed in the Community Health Improvement Plan, created from the Healthy Teton County 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment, is to ensure adults 65+ have access to influenza and pneumococcal vaccines. To …

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Wyoming PBS Locates At Center

January 21, 2020

Wyoming Humanities/ThinkWY and Center for the Arts welcome WyomingPBS as the newest Resident of The Center. Wyoming Humanities/ThinkWY and WyomingPBS will share the current Wyoming Humanities/ThinkWY space next to The Green Room and below the Music Wing. Please help …

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Professor To Run For US Senate

There’s another contender for the upcoming Senate race in Wyoming. A University of Wyoming ecology professor, Merav Ben-David, has announced her candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Mike Enzi, becoming the …

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State Asks SCOTUS To Hear Coal Case

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon today announced that Wyoming and Montana have jointly asked the United States Supreme Court to hear a challenge to Washington State’s unconstitutional discrimination against a proposed coal export terminal. Specifically, the …

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