U.S. Rig Count Rises to 1,003; Wyoming Loses One
Among major oil- and gas-producing states, Oklahoma added five rigs.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Committee Looks to Modernize
Hirsig says event leaders will anticipate technological advancements in entertainment and competitive sports without isolating traditional fans.
Transfer Students Grow Fast at University of Wyoming
UW is also continuing to develop and adjust 2+2 plans with community colleges.
Trumpeter Swan Deaths Run High This Winter in Wyoming
Biologists are surprised by the high mortality rate because they expected fewer deaths during a winter that was mild at low elevations.
Judge: Energy Firms Can Ignore Obama-Era Methane Waste Rule
The Environmental Defense Fund, which favors methane rules, vowed to appeal.
Wyoming Resident Considered for Public Broadcasting Option
The president appoints each member subject to confirmation by the U.S. Senate.
Wyoming Begins Path to Computer Science Courses in Schools
State schools Superintendent Jillian Balow says every student will learn basic computer skills.
Interior Backing Away From Steep Fee Hikes at National Parks
The park service received more than 109,000 comments on the proposal, most of them opposed, during a two-month comment period that ended in late December.
BLM Proposing Northern Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup
The area of the proposed roundup is northwest of Worland.
More Than 1,000 Bison Removed From Yellowstone National Park
Meat from slaughtered bison is distributed to Native American tribes.