CASPER — The prospects for passing a runoff election bill in the Legislature’s upcoming budget session appear nearly dead.
CHEYENNE — More than 3,000 Wyoming students will no longer have a negative balance in their school meal accounts. With the launch of “Wyoming Angel Accounts,” first lady Jennie Gordon’s Wyoming Hunger Initiative, the Mountain West Credit Union Foundation, and Dan and Cynthia Starks of Dubois…
CHEYENNE — Gov. Mark Gordon considers salary increases meant to support state employee recruitment and retention a high priority in the 2023-24 biennium budget.He included $53 million in his budget proposal to go toward employee compensation and emphasized how important this funding is durin…
CHEYENNE —Five state leaders chosen by Gov. Mark Gordon for what he has named his “Strike Team” met in a virtual town hall Friday to discuss plans for spending upwards of $1 billion in federal funding coming to Wyoming.
Just a short walk from New West High School sits Clear Creek and the Clear Creek Trail — where students and teachers alike were learning about public lands and Leave No Trace principles on Friday.
The days of Johnson County students building snowmen with their friends or drinking hot chocolate on the couch during a snow day may soon be coming to an end.
The Buffalo High School marching band was one of just six bands in the state to receive a Superior rating at Saturday’s state marching band festival.
The Buffalo High School marching band traveled to Casper once again this year to perform in the Wyoming state marching band festival on Saturday, Oct. 16 in the Ford Wyoming Center. After having to perform remotely last year, this was the first state festival in person for both the freshmen …
Buffalo's Cole Reiner was second in the first go-round of bareback riding at the National Finals Rodeo on Thursday in Las Vegas.
Cole Reiner is tuning out the distractions ahead of his second year as a pro at the National Finals Rodeo, a 10-day competition that crowns the best cowboys in the world.
When Paula Sanchez and Laura Cots left their respective cities in Spain to spend a year in the United States, they knew they wanted to be involved in a sport that is uniquely American: cheerleading.
Buffalo High School girls swimming hosted a home meet with multiple other schools in one of the final home meets of the season. This year's small team qualified several swimmers for state.