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A Wyoming resident has entered the Presidential Race – just not the one you’re thinking. Former governor, senator, and Democratic presidential candidate Lincoln Chafee has registered with the Federal Election Commission as a Libertarian candidate. His official slogan is “Lincoln Leads with Truth.” Chafee has been an intriguing political figure for some time. After serving…

Cody was rattled by attempted murder and suicide at the Parkway RV Park. Last night, Cody Police and the Park County Sheriff’s Department engaged in a standoff with an armed suspect after an apparent shooting at the Exxon Mobil gas station near Cassie’s. Around 3:29 pm the victim, a 44-year-old woman, ran into the Rode…

Writing two extra letters can save you a lot of potential problems this year. You’ve probably heard “hindsight is 2020” enough in the past few days to make you sick, but The Park County Sheriff’s Department knows it can save you the downside of that silly saying. The Sheriff’s Department has an odd but important…

Like many state agencies, The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority can look back on a 2019 of considerable accomplishment. The Authority released their annual report highlighting their greatest accomplishments of the previous year. New projects, national and international, are moving forward in which the Wyoming Integrated Test Center in Gillette will have a leading role involving both…

The two finalists for the new CEO of the Wyoming Business Council have been announced. After reviewing 160 applications from across the country, two state residents and University of Wyoming employees are now being considered to head up the council’s efforts to enrich and enhance the businesses calling Wyoming home. Josh Dorrell is the Senior…

The Wyoming Business Council has released its report on their achievements in 2019. The Council is undergoing many changes to reinvigorate their strategies with the input of Wyoming’s citizens, experts, and owners and learning what opportunities they can foster. As the state continues to face the uncertainty of its economic future, the Business Council is…

Its hunting permit season! Today opens the state resident application period for several of Wyoming’s hoof stock. Anyone hoping to hunt deer, pronghorn, elk, bighorn sheep, moose, and mountain goat can now submit their applications to Wyoming Game and Fish. The application period extends until January 31st. This same application period applies for spring turkey…

Wyoming certainly blew into 2020 quite ferociously . . .  The National Weather Service Office in Riverton compiled a list of the highest wind gusts recorded across the state. The average in most of the state was around 45-50 mph. Casper took the prize for the strongest winds – big surprise. On the Casper Outer…

Where will Wyoming’s wild horse go? Well, it definitely won’t be the slaughterhouse. Yesterday, Congress passed 2020’s federal spending bill. One of the provisions in the bill prohibits the U.S. Forest service from selling healthy wild horse and burros for slaughter. The Bureau of Land Management – who manages most of the wild horse herds…

Wyoming small business owners have spoken – more vocation, less taxation. A survey of small business owners across the state has revealed almost unanimous consent on several issues. This is part of an annual poll on state and federal issues conducted by the National Federation of Independent Business, the nation’s leading small business association. Four…


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