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Former Wyoming Bishop Hart, Accused of Sexual Abuse, Has Died
In 2018, the diocese hired an investigator who had researched allegations of abuse in numerous dioceses and he concluded that the allegations against Hart were credible.
Biologists to Begin Grizzly Bear Captures for Research in Yellowstone National Park
The area around the capture site will be posted with bright warning signs to inform the public of the activities occurring.
Wyoming’s Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program Portal Closes Aug. 31
The program is administered by the Wyoming Department of Family Services and provides one-time support to help low-income households pay current or past due residential water and sewer bills.
Wyoming Game & Fish Asks Public to Report Dead Sage-Grouse During West Nile virus season
Mosquitoes spread the virus.
Wyoming, Federal Agencies Relocate Another Grizzly
Grizzly bears are only relocated into the recovery zone or adjacent areas.
July Yellowstone National Park Visits Up 63% From July 2022
So far in 2023, the park has hosted 2,463,202 recreation visits, up 33% from the 1,855,396 visits in 2022.
EPA Offers Wyoming $248K for Stormwater, Sewer System Upgrades
Stormwater can be a significant source of water pollution and a public health concern.
Draft Plan Released for Bison Management in Yellowstone
The draft Environmental Impact Statement produces a broad range of actions for managing bison.
Wyoming Department of Health Seeks Long-Term Care Suggestions
"Waiver” refers to “waiving” certain provisions of the Social Security Act, which governs Medicaid programs.
Gov. Gordon Urges Spending Caution After July Revenue Report
High natural gas prices from 2022 produced strong revenues, but the prices and volumes have been falling steadily from the record highs in 2022.