As a Pennsylvania native, I was surprised to be offered a job way out in a place like Casper Wyoming. But having just graduated from college the year before in Ithaca, New York, I was all too happy to accept a position working for a news station, even if it meant I was moving across the country. While this is my first big job since graduating, I have experience working in news all throughout school, from my college’s newspaper, The Ithacan, to a radio station in Philly, WURD radio. Getting the chance to work professionally as a reporter is something I'd hoped to do ever since high school, so I’m overjoyed at the chance to finally do what I’ve dreamed of doing.
Wyoming to Certify Election Results on Nov. 16
The Wyoming Secretary of State's office plans to hold a live stream on Nov. 16 to officially certify the results of the 2022 general election.
Wyoming Sees Almost 50% Increase in Lodging Tax Revenue in 2022
Wyoming saw an almost 50% increase in lodging tax revenue from 2021 to 2022, with Campbell County seeing the biggest increase at 150.3%.
Yellowstone to Close Most Entrances by November 1 for Winter Season
Yellowstone National Park announced that it will be closing most roads in the park starting in November as part of its regular seasonal closures.
Gas Prices Continue Rising Nationally and in Wyoming as OPEC+ Cuts oil Production
Gas prices in Wyoming and across the continue saw a greater increase this week as OPEC+ has cut oil production while refiner issues in the U.S. persist.
Old Gardiner Road in Yellowstone to Open by November
According to Yellowstone National Park, Old Gardiner Road will be open to the public by Nov. 1, as it is the quickest way to reconnect Mammoth Hot Springs to Gardiner, Montana.
Wyoming Farmers Could See Millions in Climate Investment From the USDA
The United States Department of Agriculture recently announced up to $2.8 billion in 70 selected projects across the country, including various ones that could impact Wyoming.
Gas Prices Rise Slightly in Wyoming but fall for 14th Straight Week Nationally
Prices in Wyoming have risen five cents in the past week, while nationally it has fallen four cents, continuing 14 straight weeks of decline.
Check Out New Photos Showcasing Yellowstone Repair Efforts
Yellowstone National Park has provided an update on the repairs underway at the north and northeast entrances to the park with pictures of the repair work.
Wyoming Joins Suits Aiming to Continue Oil and Gas Lease Sales in Wyoming
Governor Mark Gordon has announced that Wyoming will join two suits that both seek to block a recent oil and gas lease sale in Wyoming made by the Bureau of Land Management in June.
Teton County Judge Prevents Implementation of Wyoming’s Abortion Ban
A Teton County District Court Judge has blocked the implementation of Wyoming's abortion ban as the case makes its way through the courts.
Wyoming State Superintendent Announces Opposition to Nondiscrimination Policy Additions
Brian Schroder, Wyoming's Superintendent of Public Instruction, put out a statement denouncing the inclusion of sexual orientation and gender identity in an updated nondiscrimination policy.
Average Gas Prices Jump 20 Cents in Wyoming as National Prices Approach 5$
Gas prices in Wyoming and across the country have risen over 20 cents in the past week, as oil refining hasn't increased across the country to compensate.