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The Wyoming Weed and Pest Council (WWPC) is know for its great members who continuously work hard to manage invasive species. Since 1973, supervisors and staff with districts across the state have provided years of service to keep Wyoming wild and beautiful. That’s especially true of Rod Litzel, who recently retired as district supervisor with…

The leader of the University of Wyoming’s College of Education, Dean of the College of Education Scott Thomas, presented UW’s Board of Trustees with a realistic view of the teacher labor market crisis confronting the state and nation. He also mapped a process for “revolutionizing teacher preparation” and bringing professional development to educators in ways…

By Western Hands’ mission is to sustain Western functional art and 2022 marks the 30th Anniversary of the Western Design Conference, organized today as a tax-exempt charitable organization. The history of the organization and body of work of master artisans are being published in a beautifully written reference book by Chase Reynolds Ewald and designed…

The Wyoming State Museum is showcasing the work from the 2022 Bighorn Basin Documentary Photography project led by artist Barrie Bryant of Kirby, WY. Barrie Lynn Bryant began his professional art career as a photographer in 1989. By 1994, he had established his largest body of work, “The Arkansas Diaries.” As relevant as ever, especially…

In Wyoming, new mothers enrolled in the Medicaid Pregnant Women Program, 60 days after giving birth, lose their health insurance. However, a new bill is making its way through the state’s 67th Legislature that would extend coverage for a full year. Similar to other health care assistance programs, Medicaid does not pay monetary benefits directly…

Most people have a soft spot for a cheesy or “bad” movie every now and then. New analysis from CenturyLinkQuotes shows which low-rated movies are captivating Americans state by state in the early days of 2023, saying,  “these movies are fun to watch because they’re not masterpieces.” Turns out, Wyoming’s favorite low-rated movie is Epic…

Today, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) announced the appointment of Wyoming cattle producer Jim Hellyer as chair of the Federal Lands Committee. “Jim has been a vocal leader of NCBA and the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, and he is a strong advocate for cattle producers who rely on federal grazing,” says NCBA Executive Director…

Northwest College has named 484 students to its fall 2022 semester honor roll and the list of students represents 39 communities in Wyoming, 17 in Montana, as well as 13 other states and 20 countries. To be listed on the President’s Honor Roll, students must complete at least 12 semester hours of college-level coursework with…

The Buffalo Bill Center of the West invites families to leave cabin fever behind and bring the kids to a Winterfest Family Fun Day on Friday, January 20 from 3–7 p.m. Participants can drop in anytime during the hours of 3-7 p.m. to find “wintry-themed activities throughout the Center’s museums,” the Center says. According the…

The latest summary report by the Wyoming State Geological Survey (WSGS) offers a brief synopsis of the state’s oil and natural gas industry in the last 12 months. Highlights include the return of oil and gas production to pre-pandemic trends, the resumption of oil and gas lease sales by the Bureau of Land Management, and…


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