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Wyoming tourism social media goes dark amid wolf furor

As incident impacts ripple worldwide, state tourism agency is also temporarily suspending ‘all ads related to wildlife experience.’ Wyoming’s state tourism agency has suspended social media posts and paid ads relating to wildlife amid the world... Full story


Friendship across barbed wire: Mineta-Simpson exhibit underway at Heart Mountain

Former Sen. Alan Simpson hopes project under construction at historic site near Cody encourages across-the-aisle efforts in today's age of polarization. CODY - In 1942, Alan Simpson was 11 years old,... Full story


BLM, State Parks seek input on proposed South Pass trails

The Bureau of Land Management and Wyoming State Parks seek public input on a proposal to build roughly six new miles of trail adjacent to South Pass City State Historic Site. The BLM’s Lander field office released a conceptual plan that proposes s... Full story


Camping free-for-all? Strategies emerge to manage forest crowds

By Randy Pickett was hiking along a creek bottom during a recent camping trip in the Bighorn National Forest when he noticed tire tracks in the vegetation. “I’m like, ‘those are tire tracks from somebody’s ATV, and they drove at least a mile up-cree... Full story


Football game in virus hotspot stokes health experts' frustrations

As Wyoming’s COVID-19 problem continued to worsen last week, sports fans visited the state’s most infected community — Laramie — for a football game. It was the University of Wyoming’s first home game of the season and the Cowboys delivered, trouncin... Full story


FROM WYOFILE: Reservation communities ahead of the curve with testing, response

The Wind River Family and Community Health Center in Arapaho no longer resembles the bustling family clinic it operated as once upon a time before COVID-19. Tents and a trailer have popped up outside, and the bulk of clinic activity now takes place... Full story

 By Katie Klingsporn    News    July 25, 2019

Wyoming communities divided over idea of armed school staff

July 23 was the kind of muggy midsummer’s evening where school is the farthest thing from most people’s minds — a distant obligation that comes after the vacations, barbecues and long days off. But in Lander, as more than 100 people filed into the h... Full story


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