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 By Bob Moen    News    March 16, 2018

Governor Mead signs fluorescent pink attire bill for hunting

CHEYENNE (AP) — Wyoming has joined about a half-dozen other states that let big game hunters don pink in the field. Gov. Matt Mead on Wednesday signed into law a bill adding fluorescent pink to the fluorescent orange now mandated statewide. The...

 By Bob Moen    News    January 16, 2018

Forecast sees hike in Wyoming oil taxes, drop in coal taxes

CHEYENNE (AP) — Increasing oil patch activity in Wyoming will generate more tax revenue for the state’s depleted coffers, but the predicted bump in oil tax revenue isn’t near enough to counter the current and expected continued decline in coal...

 By Bob Moen    News    December 12, 2017

2017 eclipse showered Wyoming with visitors and money

CHEYENNE (AP) — Nearly 192,000 people traveled to Wyoming to view last summer’s total solar eclipse, boosting the state’s economy by an estimated $63.5 million, according to an analysis released Monday by the state Tourism Office. “That’s...

 By Bob Moen    News    November 8, 2017

Wyoming lawmakers mull tax hike to bolster tourism efforts

CHEYENNE (AP) — A legislative panel tasked with finding ways to raise revenue for the cash-strapped state is considering a new tax to pay for Wyoming’s efforts to promote tourism. The Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee is drafting a bill...

 By Bob Moen    News    October 27, 2017

Grizzly bear tracks found east of Cody in Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Fresh tracks found on a dirt road in a rural, northwest Wyoming prairie are the latest example of grizzly bears roaming a type of habitat where they have not been seen in a century and risk more contact with humans. The...


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