U.S. Steps Up Winter-Warfare Training as Global Threat Shifts
The final assessment by the trainers was that the attackers suffered 30-40 percent casualties, while Dixon's troops lost about 10 percent.
Groups: New Wyoming Auditor Delivers Spending Records Sought
Another Republican, Kristi Racines, was elected auditor in November and the groups say Racines now has provided all records sought.
Wyoming Senators Approve Rural Broadband Sales Tax Break
Several senators argued against the bill, saying it would do little to boost rural internet service.
Wyoming Statewide Lodging Tax Bill Advances
Proponents say the proposal will help Wyoming compete with neighboring states that currently spend more on tourism promotion.
Engagement Surveys Help UW Improve Student Experience
The National Survey of Student Engagement has been administered every three years at UW.
President Criticizes California on Lawsuit Against Border Wall
California and 15 other states are parties to the suit filed Monday that alleges that Trump's declaration is unconstitutional.
Religious Orders Apologize for Sex Abuse Inaction, Cover-Ups
With a few exceptions, religious orders have largely flown under the radar in the decades-long scandal.
Wyoming’s Cloud Peak Energy Cuts 15 Salaried Jobs
Cloud Peak owns the Antelope and Cordero Rojo mines in Wyoming and the Spring Creek mine in Montana.
Sen. Bernie Sanders Announces 2020 Presidential Bid
Other staffers from Sanders' first bid also have said they would consider working for other candidates in 2020.
Agencies Give Out Reusable Bags Ahead of Jackson’s Bag Ban
The ban will apply to small retailers Nov. 15.