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If (I really hope “when”) the legislature approves HB46 Wyoming will leave the other seven states behind in outlawing bestiality.

Wyoming may be ready to join the ranks of seven other states that have propelled the United States to become the world leader in geothermal energy production.

Wyoming’s first visitors in 2021 found the cost of lodging had increased from 2020, with a new lodging tax that went into effect Jan. 1. During the March 2020 budget session the Wyoming Legislature approved House Enrolled Act No. 7. The Legislative Service Office said the act imposes a 5% tax on sales of lodging…

Wyomingites could soon be paying a tax every time they get behind the wheel, as state lawmakers dig deep in an effort to address unprecedent funding shortfalls.

Over the coming weeks and months Wyoming’s phased approach to providing free, safe and effective vaccinations to help prevent future COVID-19 infections will continue for established priority groups based on availability. Phase 1 is intended for when vaccine supply is limited and with doses being allocated for specific populations. As of now the state remains focused…

Governor Mark Gordon has announced a return to normal operating hours for bars and restaurants, praising the response by Wyomingites that has resulted in a decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations around the state. On January 9, bars and restaurants can resume onsite consumption from 10 pm to 5 am. The updates to health orders also allow…

With authorization of the first FDA approved Covid-19 vaccine, the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is rolling out its efforts to distribute free, safe and effective vaccines across the state. State health officer and epidemiologist Dr. Alexia Harrist, called the vaccine’s authorization “exciting” and noted other vaccines are also under consideration for authorization. “Knowing we…

On Saturday, December 5th Worland Wyoming celebrated the annual Christmas Parade of Lights and a snap shot of the event can be seen below. The Worland-Ten Sleep Chamber of Commerce has also opened voting for the best floats in the club, church, and individual categories. Voting will remain open through Tuesday, December 8th.

Worland city council member, Delayne Renner Newton resigned from her Ward 1 post in October and the search for her replacement is underway. Mayor Jim Gill is currently accepting submissions until December 18th and will fill the vacancy by January 5th, 2021. The Mayor’s Office recommended that interested parties provide a letter of interest addressed…

Washakie County Commissioners held a special meeting at 10am on Monday, November 23rd to discuss personnel and concluded with the unanimous vote to remove Dr. Edward Zimmerman as the County Health Officer. When asked about this decision Commissioner Frandson said, “Without going into details, Dr. Zimmerman has been removed as Washakie County’s Health Officer. Dr.…


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