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CHEYENNE – During the recent special legislative session, state legislators authorized the Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) to receive and administer funds provided to the state from the U.S. Department of Treasury pursuant to the CARES Act. These funds are intended to be used …

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ROCK SPRINGS — Wanting to exercise their First Amendment rights, a group of peaceful protesters are organizing events through the weekend to show that they too are against police brutality in America.

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EVANSTON -- After receiving their diplomas, members of the Evanston High School Class of 2020 take their places along the walkway above the football field packed with cars of family members.

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CODY — Cody Nite Rodeo received approval Monday to hold the event with 600 spectators beginning June 15.

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CASPER — Vital social services like childcare assistance and the supplemental nutrition assistance program, or SNAP, are experiencing growing pressures in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Department of Family Services Director Korin Schmidt told lawmakers recently, likely requiring additio…

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POWELL— A federal judge in Montana has vacated an instructional memorandum issued by the Bureau of Land Management related to sage grouse, forcing the agency to cancel 440 oil and gas leases that had brought in more than $125 million in 2018 sales.

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SHERIDAN — As far as unemployment claims in the state, the worst may have passed, according to Wyoming Department of Workforce Services Director Robin Cooley.

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CASPER — In fewer than 14 days, Wyoming officials have addressed potential and realized coronavirus clusters within at least three long-term care facilities and three childcare centers.

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RIVERTON — State Sen. Cale Case, R-Lander, lambasted his colleagues on the Joint Revenue Committee this week after the majority opposed drafting a bill to raise property taxes by 2%.

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BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — The Montana entrances to Yellowstone are still closed, but that hasn't stopped several Big Sky tour companies from teaming up to be ready when those gates do open.

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POWELL — When EMTs rushed to load Ethan Asher into an ambulance on the second day of his senior year, they weren’t sure he would make it to the hospital. Doctors in Billings didn’t expect him to survive the night. Then specialists worried he might never be able to speak again or retain memories.

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The Wyoming Department of Health announced Sweetwater County is up to 19 lab-confirmed coronavirus cases. Wyoming Legion baseball kicked off with a Rock Springs vs. Green River game, where the Sand Puppies lost to the Knights 14-5. When the Community Fine Arts Center reopens on Monday, there…

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Federal courts have delivered a string of rebukes to the Trump administration over what they found were failures to protect the environment and address climate change as it promotes fossil fuel interests and the extraction of natural resources from public lands.

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BUFFALO — In its first year, Johnson County's weed bounty was wildly successful. So successful, in fact, that the weed bounty program will return again this summer with the same purpose: providing a financial incentive for citizens to remove invasive weeds from the ecosystem.

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Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County received grant money to support cancer prevention and control programs. Meanwhile, Sweetwater County libraries are reopening on June 1. After filming, the Wyoming Department of Health announced the death count in Wyoming rose to 16.

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana’s three entrances to Yellowstone National Park will reopen to visitors Monday, as the state moves to its second phase of restarting the economy after shutdowns because of the coronavirus.

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CASPER — A health official said Thursday that at least two inmates at the Wind River Reservation's jail had tested positive for the coronavirus, making it the first known outbreak of the illness among multiple inmates at a correctional facility in Wyoming.

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CASPER — Legislation signed into law this year requires energy firms in Wyoming to fork over mineral tax payments to county governments on a more frequent, monthly basis. But the road to implementing the new tax rules could be bumpy for public officials and industry alike.

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BUFFALO — Though Wyoming saw its third largest spike in positive coronavirus cases on Saturday, U.S. Sen. John Barrasso does not believe the nation or Wyoming will need to close down again.

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CHEYENNE – The suspect in the fatal shooting Friday night at the Lariat Motel had his initial appearance Thursday afternoon in Laramie County Circuit Court.

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GILLETTE — For the first time since before 1885, the annual United States energy consumption from renewable sources outpaced coal, according to a new report released Thursday by the federal U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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CHEYENNE — If you’re outside this spring, there is a good chance you’ll see newborn wildlife. These young elk, deer, pronghorn and other babies are charismatic and an incredible sight to view and photograph. At the same time, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department encourages people who come ac…