Biden to Halt Drilling on Public Lands
Two people with knowledge of Biden’s plans outlined the proposed moratorium, which will be announced Wednesday.
Impeachment Goes to Senate, Testing Trump’s Sway over GOP
It's an early sign of Trump’s enduring sway over the party, even out of office.
Reigning Champion Chiefs Dump Bills 38-24 in AFC Title Game
The Chiefs advanced to face a familiar foe in Tom Brady and the NFC champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl in two weeks in Tampa, Florida.
Bureau of Land Management Approves Routes for Wyoming CO2 Pipelines
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt signed the plans on Jan. 15.
Some Black Southern Baptists Feel Shut Out by White Leaders
A crucial moment could come in June at the SBC’s national meeting in Nashville, Tennessee.
States Eye Allowing Concealed Carry of Guns Without a Permit
Most states require people to get weapons training and undergo a background check to get a permit to carry a gun hidden by a jacket or inside a purse.
Bankers Survey Shows Gains in Rural Economy of Wyoming, Western States
Bank CEOs' biggest fears for 2021 are excessive inflation and higher long-term interest rates.
Minimum-Security Inmate is Wyoming’s First to Die of COVID-19
Vermont is now the only state with no such deaths.
Grizzly, 34, Confirmed as Yellowstone Region’s Oldest Known
The bear had been caught a few times before and records show he was 34 years old.
Bar Made of Ice a New Spot to Grab a Cold One in Bondurant
Seating is covered in elk hides with coyote fur armrests.