Wyoming teen recognized as one of the state’s youngest Ultimate Anglers
Brayden Baker has joined the ranks of the Ultimate Anglers — sportspersons who caught 10 different species of trophy-sized fish in Wyoming. “Congratulations to Brayden,” said Dirk Miller, Game and Fish deputy chief of fisheries. “It’s an impress...
FOR SALE: Century Old Victorian ‘Lace’ Mansion in Casper (PHOTOS)
Built in 1917, this Victorian mansion has seen a lot in it's life. Do you have any memories inside this iconic blue building?
Wyoming Gas Prices Continue Downward Trend for 10th Week Straight
Gas prices in Wyoming have fallen another 15.7 cents a gallon in the last week, averaging $3.15 a gallon today. This per data from GasBuddy's survey of nearly 500 stations across the Cowboy State. These prices are just shy of 40 cents a gallon lower than a month ago and 22 cents a gallon lower than a year ago...
President Biden Orders Flags be Flown at Half Staff Statewide Beginning November 25th
In accordance with a proclamation by the President of the United States, Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the United States and Wyoming flags to fly at half-staff beginning November 25, 2023, until sunset, on the day of interment as a mark of respect for the memory of former First Lady Rosalynn Carter...
Governor Gordon Appoints Dave Glenn Director of Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources
Governor Mark Gordon has appointed Dave Glenn Director of Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources. Glenn has served as Acting Director of the agency since March, when Director Darin Westby was appointed Interim Director of the Wyoming Department of Transportation...
Wyoming Gas Prices Down Five Cents a Gallon from the Last Week
"As millions of Americans gear up to hit the road for Thanksgiving, the national average is seeing its longest streak of declines in over a year, reaching a ninth straight week as gas prices fall to their lowest since January," said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy.
Gordon Proposes $20 Million in Property Tax Relief and Savings
In Governor Mark Gordon's just-released budget proposal for the next two years he's calling for property tax relief totaling more than $20 million. The Governor describes his budget this way: “It focuses on needs and not wants, but addresses the pressing challenges of today – a continuously overreaching federal government; workforce shortages; inflation; an unacceptably high suicide rate; and prop
International Report Card Slams Wyoming for Failing to Protect and Respond to Youth Trafficking Survivors
An 'F' might be a bit harsh, according to the director of Uprising, a nonprofit devoted to raising awareness about human trafficking in Wyoming. However, Wyoming could certainly do more to improve in protecting its victims and survivors.
Wyoming Petroleum Association Launches Network to Support Carbon Capture Industry
“As a Wyoming-born small business owner and resident, I know first-hand that our State will benefit from becoming the leader in carbon management by creating additional jobs and economic activity for our communities, while supporting traditional energy industries like oil, gas, and coal,” said Network Co-Chair Julie Martinez.
The 2024 Wyoming Game and Fish Wildlife Calendar is Now Available
A lot of things are overrated, but Wyoming's wildlife is not one of them. Home to more than 100 mammal species and 400 species of birds, Wyoming's wild residents include bison, mountain lions, wolves, bald eagles, grizzly bears, black bears, elk, moose, deer, pronghorn antelope and wild horses...