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BLM, State Parks seek input on proposed South Pass trails

The Bureau of Land Management and Wyoming State Parks seek public input on a proposal to build roughly six new miles of trail adjacent to South Pass City State Historic Site.

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Pine Haven firefighter tragically dies attempting to save a life during storm

PINE HAVEN, WYOMING – Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon orders flags half-staff for Friday in honor of fallen Pine Haven firefighter who attempted to save a life of a resident who had fallen into the icy Keyhole Reservoir last week. Locals offer support and messages to avoid roads when possible.

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Sheridan students repair school devices as part of class

SHERIDAN — Two computer science classes offer Sheridan High School students the chance to receive practical skills and aid the school district they attend.

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  • Feds seek public input on pending oil and gas lease sales

    Federal oil and gas lease parcels are once again in the offering in Wyoming after several quarterly sales were nixed in recent years.

  • Abortion ban halted

    JACKSON — A standing-room-only crowd filled the Teton County courtroom Wednesday afternoon as Ninth District Judge Melissa Owens heard nearly four hours of arguments before deciding to temporarily halt enforcement of a new law banning abortion.

  • Wyoming Supreme Court to hold oral argument at Casper College

    CASPER – The Wyoming Supreme Court is bringing an oral argument to Casper, along with an educational event for Casper College students and the public. Usually, the Wyoming Supreme Court hears the arguments on appeal at the Wyoming Supreme Court building in Cheyenne, but on April 11, it will hear one case in Casper. The oral argument will begin at 11 a.m. in the Music Building (Wheeler Concert Hall) at 1451 Lisco Drive.

  • WHP trains canines to detect fentanyl

    WYOMING – The process of training canines to detect Fentanyl has been a long, careful, and deliberate one. In July 2022, The Wyoming Highway Patrol trained and certified Wyoming’s first fentanyl-detection canine. The safety and success of this pioneering effort have led the Wyoming Highway Patrol to expand this program to the rest of our narcotic detection canine handler teams.

  • Wyoming Lifeline and Central Wyoming Community Counseling begin equal partnership

    WYOMING – The Wyoming LifeLine and Central Wyoming Community Counseling will begin a new era as of March 1, 2023. The two centers will continue providing in-state crisis hotline services 24 hours a day but split evenly in twelve-hour shifts. Wyoming LifeLine will cover 2 a.m. to 2 p.m. with CWCC covering 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

  • State bans crossover voting

    CASPER – Gov. Mark Gordon allowed House Bill 103 – legislation that bans crossover voting in Wyoming – to quietly become law without his signature on Thursday.

  • WDH reports 2022 state and local COVID-19 cases

    GOSHEN COUNTY – Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) provided end of year totals for Goshen County and statewide for 2022 on Tuesday.

  • Goshen County lawmakers underway in addressing concerns at Capitol

    CHEYENNE – In a joint press release to the Telegram, Sen. Cheri Steinmetz, R-Torrington, Rep. Allen Slagle, R-Douglas, Rep. Scott Smith, R-Lingle, detailed how the team is working on bills to address issues ranging from property tax relief, school choice, budget transparency and pro-life bills – many of those bills are beginning to see life in Wyoming Legislative sessions this week.

  • Gov. Gordon announces new chief of staff, inauguration details

    CHEYENNE – In a press release, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced his chief of staff was retiring, named his new chief of staff and announced inauguration details.

  • Jackson-area parks avoid shutdown-related problems

    After the federal government partially shut down in December, Audra Warburton and other Double H Bar employees packed up brochures for the National Elk Refuge sleigh rides they offer, along with a couple of cash registers, and moved into a corner of the Home Ranch Welcome Center to register tours there.

  • UW official urges harsher penalties for booze sales to minors  

    Laramie should significantly increase the penalties leveled to businesses that sell alcohol to minors, University of Wyoming Vice President for Student Affairs Sean Blackburn suggested Monday.