Converse County oil, gas project nears poised to clear regulatory step

CASPER — The Bureau of Land Management published a final environmental review for a large oil and gas project proposed in Converse County on Thursday. If approved, it would clear the way for several energy fi rms to drill upwards of 5,000 new wells on about 1.5 million acres of land. The announcement triggers a 30-day public protest period starting Friday.

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Cheney, Barrasso reject suggestion of election delay

CHEYENNE — After President Donald Trump tweeted the idea of delaying the November election, several Republicans in Congress quickly rejected the idea Thursday, and two of Wyoming's federal delegates were among them.

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Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition features Carbon County

RAWLINS – Every year, the Wyoming Office of Tourism promotes Wyoming in several ways: There is the traditional effort to draw tourists to the state, but there is also a campaign for “earned media,” or the chance to be featured in well-read magazines and media content across the nation.

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Mis-mapped roadtrippers learn Yellowstone isn’t Driggs the roundabout way

JACKSON — “This is not it.”

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CCHS, COVID-19 and campfires: The Class of 2000 reunites

GILLETTE — Living room sofas, backyard porch decks, a golf course, a San Diego beach, Amsterdam (at 3 a.m) and in front of the camel on Campbell County High School’s campus.

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Garth Brooks to play Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2021

CHEYENNE — Cheyenne Frontier Days Foundation launched a new campaign Wednesday to ensure the 125th anniversary of the “Daddy of ’em All” is better than ever, and in doing so, announced one of the headliners for next year’s Frontier Nights.

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Murder suspect not competent to stand trial, psychologist says

POWELL— A man accused of murdering a former girlfriend in Cheyenne and then leaving her body in the foothills south of Cody is not competent to stand trial, according to a forensic psychologist retained by the man’s attorneys.

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Environmental act overhaul could be significant for state

CASPER — Wyoming produces more minerals from public land than almost any other state in the country and also maintains some of the most coveted wildlife habitats in the world.

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Grizzly attacks in 2020 run at record high

JACKSON – A male grizzly spooked out of a daybed by a 41-year-old Cody resident out hunting for antlers resulted in a helicopter ride to the hospital.

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