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More Than 100 Wyoming National Guard Troops Going to Washington for Inauguration
Five people died as a result of the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Utah Man Pleads Guilty to Damaging Yellowstone Graveyard
Conviction of injury or depredation to U.S. property carries a penalty of not more than 10 years imprisonment.
Reindeer Aren’t Found in Wyoming, and Those Doing the Hefty Lifting Tonight are Female
While Wyoming is reindeerless, it has other deer species including white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk and moose.
A Final Goodbye for a Dad and a Pearl Harbor Survivor
The day and week after the attack, George T. Morton was assigned to go to nearby airfields and pick up bodies and body parts.
Lawsuit Against Powell-area Youth Ranches Details Abuses
All plaintiffs say they were subjected to physical, verbal, psychological and emotional abuse.
Suspect Flees, Drags and Injures Sweetwater County Deputy
Tommy Gene Vensor remains in custody at Sweetwater County Detention Center awaiting his initial appearance in court.
Gov. Gordon Sends Emergency Support to Wyoming Hospitals
The Wyoming Department of Health is in contact with hospitals to discuss hospital capacity and surge plans.
Wyoming Department of Health: What to do if You Test Positive for COVID-19
You are considered contagious from two days before your symptoms begin until 10 days after your symptoms began.
Gov. Mark Gordon Tests Negative a Second Time for COVID-19
Gov. Mark Gordon will continue to isolate himself.
State Budget Cuts to Affect Plowing Wyoming Roads
In recent years, crews have plowed snow as needed and where needed during a storm.
New Wyoming COVID Relief Funds Created for Agriculture, Businesses, Nonprofits
Eligible agriculture, business and nonprofit entities can apply one time per fund.
Wyoming Reports 253 New Lab-confirmed COVID-19 Cases
Albany County, home of the University of Wyoming, remains the hardest-hit county in the state.