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November 28, 2018

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UW football poised for long, successful run

These are nervous days in and around the University of Wyoming football program. The Cowboys did a remarkable job – aided, in part, by a forgiving schedule down the stretch – to climb out of a...

 By Marcus Huff    News    November 28, 2018

Heroin bust results in charges for three

WORLAND – An ongoing investigation by the Washakie County Sheriff’s Office resulted in the arrest of three Worland residents on Sunday and charges brought before the Fifth Judicial Court for conspiring to sell heroin within 500 feet of a local...


Wyoming Promise falls short of signature goal

CHEYENNE (WNE) -– Advocacy group Wyoming Promise didn’t collect enough signatures to put a campaign finance reform initiative on the 2020 ballot, but some believe the effort could still be successful during this year’s legislative session.... Full story


Energy, tourism will be affected by climate change, report says

CASPER — Climate change will most directly affect Wyoming’s tourism and outdoor recreation industries — the state’s second largest source of revenue — according to a major government report. But perhaps the most vulnerable industry to...


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