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Etna Resident Wins Cowboy Draw

January 13, 2020

WyoLotto says­­ the winners of the $811-thousand drawing last week have been identified, and the winnings will be shared by two friends. According to a release from the state games, the two, identified only as …

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Goat Kill Delayed

January 10, 2020

Mother nature has not been all that cooperative with biologists plans to eliminate non-native mountain goats from Grand Teton National park. The park had implemented a temporary area closure for public and operational safety for those …

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Interior Reduces Wildfire Risks

Today, the Department of the Interior announced it had doubled and nearly tripled targets set by President Donald Trump for vegetative treatments to reduce wildfire risk in Fiscal Year 2019, marking the largest fuel load …

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Gordon Pushes For More Electric Car Chargers

January 9, 2020

Wyoming is pressing ahead with an effort to deploy electric-vehicle charging stations along interstate corridors and key state highways. Alicia Cox with the Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities Coalition says Wyoming and its neighboring states face unique …

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Legislature To Consider Wolf Funds

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A state representative from Thermopolis had introduced a new bill in the Wyoming Legislature this week that would create a new compensation program for ranchers whose livestock is killed or damaged by gray wolves outside …

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Buckrail Bought By News and Guide

January 7, 2020

The Buckrail online news service has been sold to a subsidiary of the corporation which owns subscriber-based Jackson Hole News and Guide.com, Jackson Hole News&Guide e-edition, Jackson Hole Daily e-edition and its freely-available news app …

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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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