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University of Wyoming starting football quarterback and team captain Andrew Peasley will kick off the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming’s Game Changers Reverse Raffle & Auction on Saturday, February 4, at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper. A veteran addition on the Cowboy roster, Peasley has already completed his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology…

The screenings are intended to help teenagers and their families recognize and not fall victim to the insidious cyber-sex crime, and learn how to report it to the proper authorities. The United States Attorney’s Office is partnering with the Governor’s Human Trafficking Task Force, Uprising, the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation, and the Wyoming Division…

Brian Timmer, a local artist in Cody, spoke about how he became an artist after he got a masters in divinity degree, a new program at Cody High School where he will teach students not only about art, but the business of being an artist.  He also spoke about inspiration as well as how small,…

A Wyoming community is one of seven places listed by the U.S. Department of Interior in the ongoing effort to remove derogatory names from national landmarks. The Department of the Interior today announced the Board on Geographic Names (B.G.N.) has voted on the remaining replacement names featuring the word sq___. In September, the Department announced…

There are 12 agencies in the Bighorn Basin participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program to ensure that no children go hungry in Wyoming. The Wyoming Department of Education has announced organizations throughout Wyoming that are participating Child and Adult Care Food Program (C.A.C.F.P.)  The program reimburses participating organizations for nutritious meals and…

Governor Mark Gordon spoke about energy, education, and the special qualities of Wyomingites in the first State of the State Address of his second term in office. Governor Mark Gordon delivered his 2023 State of the State Address to the 67th Legislature On Wednesday, Jan. 11.. In his speech, the governor highlighted multiple fronts where…

Carey Miller, Communications and Marketing Director for Northwest College, Chris Dugger, Residence and Campus Life Coordinator for Northwest College, and Ken Straniere, PR and Marketing Director for the Center of the West, spoke about an event next Tuesday where college alumni and students from NWC can come and meet curators, museum employees and tour the…

Highly pathogenic avian influenza is spreading through Wyoming’s birds, so Wyoming Game and Fish wants to ensure the virus doesn’t pass to any hunters this winter. Waterfowl hunting season is in full swing. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to remind hunters to take precautions to minimize their risk of contracting highly pathogenic…

Anyone flying out of Yellowstone Regional Airport is encouraged to proceed with “business as usual,” although there is no official word if flights will take off on schedule or be rescheduled. The Federal Aviation Administration experienced a “computer outage” with its Notice to Air Missions System on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 11. Because of…

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is asking families across the state to consider testing their homes for radon to find out if a potentially dangerous health risk exists. Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless and dangerous gas found in many places, including the home. Radon occurs naturally as a radioactive gas released from the…


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