• Proposed bill would ban grizzly hunts

    A new bill pending in the U.S. House of Representatives would prevent future grizzly bear hunts and increase Native American influence in bear conservation efforts.

  • U.S. Supreme Court rules against state in hunting case

    The U.S. Supreme Court Monday issued its opinion on Herrera v. Wyoming, affirming that the Crow Tribe’s hunting rights under the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie remain valid.

  • Doctor accused of running ‘pill mill’ spars with prosecutors

    For more than five hours Monday, a federal prosecutor peppered a Casper doctor accused of running a pill mill with questions about his practice and history in an often combative cross-examination, which saw the doctor call people who testified against him “a bunch of liars.”

  • Fishing in the Dark May 21, 2019

    Public information will now have a price tag for items coming from the Platte County Court.

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NEWS BRIEFS for Friday, May 10, 2019

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New buildings to enhance training traditions

Construction continues on the new education, billeting and dining facility buildings at Camp Guernsey.

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Vikings qualify 14 for state track finals

Nine girls and five boys will compete for the Vikings in the state track meet this weekend. Events begin Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. and continue through Saturday afternoon.

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Voter crossover, ID bills get interim review

A pair of failed bills from the 2019 general session intended to improve the “integrity” of Wyoming elections will be getting a second look from state lawmakers this interim.

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Gordon pushes diversity through tourism

As the state realizes substantial losses in coal income, it’s become more important to look to tourism to diversify tax revenue, Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon said during a recent speech in Cody.

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