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When it comes to social distancing, Wyoming gets the bronze. So says Unacast, a website that uses human mobility data to analyze and observe national and local trends, business and otherwise. The site recently released its social distancing scoreboard, including an interactive map breaking down every state by county and also assigning them their own…

Another health order amendment will likely delight the state’s seniors. The Wyoming Department of Health has issued updated guidance which allows long-term care facilities to permit in-person visitation – but only outdoors and under specific guidelines. Each facility must designate a specific outdoor space for visitation, limit the number of visitors to two persons at…

Yellowstone opens to another type of seasonal tourist. For the 4th consecutive year, the Park is issuing its free day ride permits to anyone taking hoof stock onto the trails within Yellowstone. Everyone, whether it be a local or a tourist, can enjoy experiencing the backcountry through horseback riding. Since 2017, this permit system helps…

Ready for another regional WYDOT project? Another flurry of construction is set to begin July 6th at Dead Indian Pass, part of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway on Wyoming Route 296. This is the Dead Indian Pass Slide repair project, which will include some drilling of the slide area just east of the scenic overlook…

Statistics say if you had a Wyoming baby last year, it was probably named Olivia, Oliver, or Liam. Those were the three top baby names in Wyoming in 2019, according to the Wyoming Department of Health’s Vital Statistics Services. For girls, Olivia was followed by Harper, Charlotte, Emma and Willow as the most popular names…

If two roads diverge into a wood, take whichever one will cause you to drive responsibly. Shoshone National Forest has had to face a series of frustrating decisions in light of how people have been handling their spring openings. Several roads throughout the Forest are seasonally closed, as is to be expected. Forest staff try…

It’s a battle between two foundations parts Wyoming life. A recently published report suggests that the tidal wave of oil and gas leases in the Bureau of Land Management is limiting your access to hunting across the entire West. The report, published by the National Wildlife Federation, says prime fishing and hunting territory is being…

Show your support this Earth Day with Black Hills Energy. Starting today, Black Hills Energy wants to give the community a chance to show their appreciation for the Earth, nature, and the responsible stewardship of both. To accomplish this, they have partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation’s Energy Saving Trees Initiative to give away over…

Bees? Laramie Community College in Cheyenne has announced the dates of their next three-day Wyoming Bee College. It’s a three-day conference from March 20th to the 22nd, dedicated entirely to beekeeping and the nature of our buzzing friends. The conference splits into six tracks: Become a Beekeeper Learning Curves Who Are They Queens and More…

Foster Friess is coming to town to get an idea of where voters stand. The Jackson resident and former gubernatorial candidate is stopping by the Irma Hotel this Thursday as part of a listening tour he is conducting throughout the state, possibly as research for a US Senate run. To quote Friess’s description on the…


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