Gov. Matt Mead plans to hear from Thermopolis residents on Saturday about the future of Hot Springs State Park

Gov. Matt Mead plans to hear from Thermopolis residents on Saturday about the future of Hot Springs State Park. State officials last month notified owners of TePee (TEE’-pee) Pools Inc. that they must remove their pool and other facilities from … Continue reading

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Anyone who missed Sublette County School District No. 9′s superintendent public forum last night can find it online

Anyone who missed Sublette County School District No. 9′s superintendent public forum last night can find it online. The district has been streaming all of the forums on its website, and the videos have been archived. The public forums give … Continue reading

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Arch Coal suffers first-quarter loss

Arch Coal Inc., a company with coal mines in Wyoming, said Tuesday that its first-quarter loss widened as weaker prices and demand cut into its margins, prompting the mine operator to shave its outlook for shipments of coal used in … Continue reading

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RYAN’S RECAP: EHS TRACK & FIELD

The Evanston Red Devil Track & Field teams competed Saturday, April 19 at

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Cindy Hill is back in charge

State schools chief Cindy Hill is back in charge of the Wyoming Department of Education, following a final order from a district court judge that reinstated her as the department’s top official. Multiple employees resigned from the department after a … Continue reading

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Statement from the Gov Mead

Governor Matt Mead issued the following statement after Judge Thomas Campbell issued an order regarding the lawsuit over education management: “The State of Wyoming requested an expeditious resolution to this matter – with the goal of moving forward from the … Continue reading

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Prosecutors say they will not seek the death penalty

Prosecutors say they will not seek the death penalty in a first-degree murder case against a 21-year-old man charged in a fatal shooting in Gillette on Thanksgiving. Todd Sindelar is accused of killing Matthew Boyer at Boyer’s home. Deputy County … Continue reading

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Wild horse advocates are upset about a recent roundup of a Wyoming horse herd

Wild horse advocates are upset about a recent roundup of a Wyoming horse herd that was sold to a Canadian slaughterhouse. Federal officials say the horses were strays – not wild – and they had no choice but to put … Continue reading

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Wyoming’s economy got a boost by an oil sector

Wyoming’s economy got a boost by an oil sector that continued to show signs of strength despite a late winter slowdown in drilling. Modest gains in the first three months of 2014, showed state revenues are up over the previous … Continue reading

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Sinclair Oil Corp is under fire

State safety regulators are proposing a $201,000 fine against Sinclair Oil Corp. for violations stemming from a fire last September at the company’s refinery in south-central Wyoming. No one was hurt in the fire. Sinclair issued a statement saying it’s … Continue reading

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