Governor Mark Gordon

Some Wyoming lawmakers are getting behind a proposal to try to boost the state’s struggling coal industry with a marketing program. The Joint Minerals, Business and Economic Development Committee voted Friday to support a bill that would put $1 million toward the effort. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports the bill could be considered during the…

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and state Treasurer Curtis E. Meier Jr. have settled a lawsuit related to the state Capitol renovation project. In a joint statement released last Thursday–Gordon and Meier announced that the settlement reaffirms the state treasurer’s constitutional authority to approve contracts for “repairing and furnishing the halls and rooms used for the…

Governor Mark Gordon–members of the executive branch, and representatives from multiple state agencies are mobilizing in an effort to provide assistance to farmers affected by a catastrophic irrigation tunnel collapse in Goshen County. The Governor signed an Executive Order for a Declaration of Emergency today–allowing him to deploy state resources to Goshen County as needed.…

Governor Gordon on Tuesday expressed his support for proposed changes to rules governing oil and gas drilling permits–following through with a commitment he made to address the issue during the 2019 Legislative Session. On Tuesday–the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission released a proposed rule intended to provide a “level playing field” for all operators…

Governor Mark Gordon says the state will do what it can to help layed off workers at coal mines in Campbell County. Wendy Corr with details. Governor Mark Gordon was in Cody Thursday for the 4th of July Stampede celebration, riding horseback in the parade that morning with his wife, Jennie, and attending the rodeo…

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced Wednesday that a pair of Wyoming high school students have been selected as 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholars. Lillian Brazil of Jackson and Scott Nicholas Orton of Afton have been invited to the National Recognition Program in Washington D.C. June 21-24 where they will join other Scholars to receive their U.S.…

The Wyoming Financial Transparency Group will hold its next meeting to further transparency in state government on June 5 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. in Cheyenne. The agenda will include a look at the Auditor’s website and a demonstration of a new state spending tracking tool, a conversation with other states on their transparency platforms and a…

The Wyoming Army National Guard will be saying goodbye to the soldiers in the 2nd Battalion, 300th Field Artillery on May 8 at 4:30 p.m. before their deployment to the Middle East, according to a report in the Northern Wyoming News. The ceremony is open to the public. It will take place at the Natrona…

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon is asking for public feedback to inform his review of Wyoming’s existing Greater Sage-grouse Executive Order. Comments are due by May 1 and should be submitted to wgfd.hpp@wyo.gov. Governor Gordon states quote “Wyoming has been leading in Sage-grouse management for more than a decade, and one of our hallmarks has been…

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has two new members appointed by Governor Mark Gordon. Ralph Brokaw from Carbon County and Richard Ladwig from Niobrara County, started their service this month. Governor Mark Gordon stated quote, “It is wonderful to know so many impressive people were willing to serve, and I appreciated each person’s application.…


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