The Wyoming State Trails Program will be raising fees to help pay for the cost of developing and maintaining snowmobile trails for the coming season. The legislature passed a bill earlier this year that will raise the fees for resident and non-resident user fees. Fees will go up from $25 to $30. Commercia
While some in the federal government hit the Wyoming coal industry for it’s environmental impact, our surplus of wind is blowing in money and jobs. The U.S. Energy Department is granting The University Of Wyomi
Dutchman Theodorus Van Vilet, of the Netherlands, pleaded guilty to crashing his drone into the Grand Prismatic Spring in August of this year. Now, a judge has ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine and $2,200 in restitution.
The Arc Of Laramie County, an organization of and for people with intellectual disabilities, and their families, is hosting Oktoberfest Saturday, September 27th from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Archer Complex just 10 minu
It’s Prescription Drug Take-back Day Today, Saturday, September 27, 2014.
It’s part of a national campaign from the Drug Enforcement Administration, or DEA, to safely get rid of old or excess prescription drugs to keep them out of our ecosystem when thrown away and out of the hands of some who may abuse them, particularly juveniles
With summer in the rear-view mirror, and hunters starting to pack their rifles next weekend, this would be a great weekend to get out and tease some Walleyes and Browns. The colors are a special treat that lasts for far too little time. Besides, people are getting
Preferring to visit Cheyenne during the quieter Autumn time of year, this bull moose was found near The Wyoming Supreme Court Building just after sunrise Wednesday morning. It’s unclear if he had a case under revie
Rick Loveless is a Mississippi boy who knows how to prepare Cajun food.But until yesterday, only his close friends were in on his great southern culinary skills. They told him to open a restaurant and finally, after twenty years, the doors are open for Camille’s Gumbo House at 1613 Capitol Ave, where Don Rey’s used to be.
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