Forest Service Opposes Bear-Baiting Ban in Idaho, Wyoming
Both states offer help to hunters in identifying black bears and grizzly bears.
Trustees Approve New Degree Program for Univ. of Wyoming
It will be collaboratively offered by UW’s College of Engineering and College of Education
Century-Old Wyoming Cafe Burned, Cause of Fire Still Unknown
Authorities say the 109-year-old building caught fire July 2 and has remained closed since.
Wyoming Aims for Accurate Census Count of Native Residents
Census data says 2.7% of Wyoming’s population identifies as Native American.
Air Force Airmen Honored for Helping Nebraska Family
They were able to evacuate along with their pets.
Utah State Holds Off Wyoming 26-21
Xazavian Valladay ran 25 times for 114 yards for Wyoming.
Wyoming Lawmakers Nix GPA Incentive for Scholarship Program
The bill would have increased the amount awarded through the scholarships by $3.6 million annually.
Wyoming Congresswoman Gives Veteran Replacement WWII Medals
Authorities say the investigation continues as police are looking for the person or people responsible.
Roger Stone Guilty of Witness Tampering, Lying to Congress
He’s scheduled to be sentenced on Feb. 6. He could face up to 20 years.
Browns’ Garrett Suspended for Rest of Season by NFL
The Steelers and Browns were also fined $250,000 each.