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A coronavirus-related relief program aimed at pumping money into hurting businesses in Wyoming has ended. But more than half of all eligible applicants did not end up receiving the money they had … more
CHEYENNE (WNE) — Firefighters extinguished a vehicle fire Saturday morning in front of a government office complex near the Wyoming Capitol in downtown Cheyenne. “We were dispatched at … more
Wyoming air quality regulators held a virtual meeting last month to outline preparations and forecasts for the 2021 winter ozone season in the state’s Upper Green River Basin. A combination … more
When a muckraking news site published a story alleging private security contractor and Blackwater founder Erik Prince had offered his services to a Russian mercenary firm, the connections to Wyoming were not obvious; the state was never mentioned in the piece. more
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is delaying a vote on a $8.8 million contract for a new Cody Region headquarters, after a Wyoming business advocacy group asked the state to investigate the low bidder on the project. more
A Powell man is facing multiple criminal charges after he allegedly threatened two people with a knife and then was combative with police. more
Americans with underlying conditions are at greater risk of complications from COVID-19 infections. more
On Dec. 23, Park County Sheriff Scott Steward accepted the donation of a LaRue OBR (Optimized Battle Rifle) sniper rifle from Julie Crow of Texas-based LaRue Tactical. more
A Powell community blood drive is set for noon-6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at the Park County Fairgrounds. more
LUSK (WNE) — State Health Officer Alexia Harrist, M.D., approved a variance on Dec. 23 exempting Niobrara County from recently implemented statewide public health orders. more
The developer behind a pair of proposed solar energy facilities outside of Frannie is also working on plans for a solar energy site in Sheridan County. more
DOUGLAS (WNE) — After six years of sometimes controversial debating, studying and protracted periods of waiting, the Bureau of Land Management released its highly anticipated decision regarding the Converse County Oil & Gas Project with a resounding yes. more
Whether you visited Renner Reservoir for the first or 10th time this summer, you probably noticed a branchy, aquatic algae called chara covering the bottom of the reservoir. In August, Game and Fish … more
The Wyoming Arts Council has distributed $2.4 million in grant funding to individual artists and to arts and cultural organizations in the state. more
The Kringle House has helped fill the shelves at the area temporary emergency food assistance pantry. more
Four more Park County residents have died in connection with COVID-19 infections, County Health Officer Dr. Aaron Billin said Sunday. more
The Northwest College Board of Trustees has begun laying out plans for the college’s presidential search. more
While most of the nation turned their eyes to the big game on Super Bowl Sunday last February, Mike Tranel was in the first day of a temporary assignment at Yellowstone National Park. more
Although construction likely remains a couple years away, a firm is moving forward with plans to build the first-ever solar farm in Park County. more
A mad scramble to award hundreds of thousands of dollars to local nonprofit organizations within a matter of days has been slowed down. more
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