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Oil and gas auction nets $14 million for Wyoming schools and farms
Wyoming netted $14 million from an oil and gas lease sale Wednesday, most of which will go to the state’s public schools.
Former sixth-grade teacher sentenced to supervised probation for child porn
A former Cheyenne middle school teacher was sentenced to supervised probation for intent to view child pornography.
New trail could prevent further hot springs damage
In an effort to solve visitor damage to one of Yellowstone National Park’s most famed features, park officials recently built an overlook trail and extra parking area.
Gov. Mead says better revenue picture still not enough
CHEYENNE — Gov. Matt Mead says Wyoming's budget woes aren't as bad as predicted, but he says the state still faces big challenges with funding its public K-12 school system.
West Nile found in horse in Campbell County
GILLETTE — A horse in northeast Wyoming has tested positive for West Nile virus.
99 years ago, the Wyoming National Guard first saw action in WWI
Following the U.S. declaration of war against Germany in April 1917, the Wyoming National Guard assembled a regiment of almost 1,700 men at Fort D.A. Russell, now F.E. Warren Air Force Base. The soldiers were taken by train to Camp…

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