CHEYENNE — The government transparency group formed by Gov. Mark Gordon and State Auditor Kristi Racines met again Monday to lay out the agenda for the next few months and to keep an eye on the horizon for larger issues.
POWELL — On Friday, President Donald Trump’s administration published its intent to remove Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in the lower 48 states. That triggered a 60- day review by a team of scientists and opening the proposal to public comment in the Federal Register.
CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon on Friday used his veto pen on two bills, one of which would have authorized the Legislature to sue to allow Wyoming’s coal to be exported through Washington state.
JACKSON — A new law will require an annual report of all untested rape kits in Wyoming and forbid agencies from destroying such evidence without a proper order.
CASPER — During the eight years of the Obama administration, Wyoming’s senators spent considerable time criticizing federal overreach. But accusations of overreach by the Trump administration in attempting to leapfrog Congressional authority on funding a southern border wall failed to sway S…
DOUGLAS — Three years ago, you didn’t see too many oversized loads rumbling through the county. Douglas felt weary and empty. Few cranes jutted out on the horizon, and only rarely did you see long stretches of exposed earth, marking new pipelines.
CHEYENNE — While the federal government paved the way for industrial hemp production in the 2018 Farm Bill, states still need direction on how the nascent industry will be regulated before seeds can go into the ground.
JACKSON — High health insurance premiums are walloping Wyoming’s middle class.
Officers, deputies, emergency service technicians, search and rescue volunteers and their families filled the Johnson County Fairgrounds community building as the Big Horn Baptist Church and the Family Crisis Center honored their heroic efforts.
Over 600 Johnson County parents, teachers and students came out in support of a four-day school week, according to the results of a recently completed Johnson County School District survey.
CHEYENNE –- Counties seeking delinquent ad valorem taxes from bankrupt energy companies will automatically move to the front of the line of creditors seeking payment starting in 2021.
SHERIDAN — Grey shirts with pink logos and clear safety glasses were the in-vogue fashion for empowered women Friday at Black Tooth Brewing Company.
CHEYENNE — A bill signed by Gov. Mark Gordon on Friday aims to keep Wyoming's coal-fired power plants online and in business by requiring a utility to try to sell the facility first before decommissioning it.
RIVERTON — Legislators speaking in support of a bill that authorized new academic programs at community colleges in Wyoming said it would be OK if the change results in an increased expense for the state.
CASPER — Car ownership is almost a prerequisite for living in Wyoming.
CHEYENNE — Efforts to diversify Wyoming’s economy got a major boost with the stroke of Gov. Mark Gordon’s pen Wednesday.
In 1987, “The Simpsons” first aired on television, the first criminal conviction by the use of DNA evidence took place, President Ronald Reagan gave his historic speech at the Berlin Wall urging Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall,” and Paul Rickett began working at The D…
A year after the Wyoming Legislature voted to incorporate computer science into the state’s Common Core of Knowledge, the Wyoming Department of Education has released its draft computer science standards.
The new year started with unseasonably warm, sunny weather to the point that some were wondering if we were even going to have a winter. Then the bottom dropped out in February, and Buffalo set a new record for the coldest February on record.
Sitting at three tables in the day room at the Buffalo Senior Center, a group of Buffalo residents are playing the game that once was the national card game.
Brooklyn Schultz hops out of her mother’s Durango with a pep in her step.
Mark Smith will leave the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 28 and plans to take a position with another company.
The Johnson County Library of 1999 would be unrecognizable to the building’s current patrons.
When Superintendent Jim Wagner looks at George Grace Field, he doesn’t just see an empty snow-covered field. He sees potential. He sees what he hopes will be the future.
The Wyoming House of Representatives is debating a bill that would require voters to present a photo ID before heading to their polling places.
While talking with friends and neighbors on Main Street and attending legislative sessions in Cheyenne, Mayor Shane Schrader said it has become painfully clear to him that Buffalo is a city divided.
Flatiron Drive is in poor condition, littered with potholes and chunks of loose asphalt. But that’s all going to change thanks to Johnson County voters, who approved a 1 percent specific purpose tax.
This year’s Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice variety show theme, “It’s Vegas Baby!” got people laughing and singing in their seats.
Johnson County is continuing to see year-to-year increases in its sales tax collections, according to County Treasurer Carla Bishop.
The Buffalo Bulletin has been selected to participate in Report for America’s innovative journalism and community service initiative and will host a journalist who will seek to improve and expand news coverage of energy production in Johnson County.
The results of a recent mule deer collaring study show that despite a reasonably wet 2018, Wyoming mule deer are still suffering.
Behind a series of doors in the Johnson County Justice Center, Sheriff Steve Kozisek stood with his son, Buffalo Police Department Investigator James Kozisek.
More than 2,000 general admission tickets were sold within a few days of local author Craig Johnson announcing the dates for the eighth annual Longmire Days.
Ben Hostetler is the operations manager at Mountain Meadow Wool in Buffalo. He knows what his company needs to grow. He knows the resources he needs to create jobs and get his wool all over the nation.
Every December, Christmas tree ornaments come out of hiding to remind us of what we once had.
On her way home from Thanksgiving dinner, Patty Myers stopped by the Lakeview Cemetery in Cheyenne to pay respects to an old friend.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in identifying an individual involved in the breaking and entering of three Kaycee businesses and burglarizing two of them.
As the sun crests over the rolling hills near the Powder River, it sets the cottonwood galleries ablaze and a quirky greater sage-grouse mating ritual comes to life.
140 Johnson County residents woke up bright and early Thursday to celebrate a local legend and give back to Johnson County kids.
The witching hour began with a chill in the air, a slight breeze and knowledge that something big was right around the corner.
After hours of interviews, independent investigator Kevin Hughes released a 38-page report on Oct. 31 detailing his findings regarding missing emails from Deb Robinson’s computer.
Through acts big and small, Jim Hicks has become synonymous with community service, according to his friend Jack Tarter.
If there’s one thing Amanda Kaufmann knows – it’s horses. And if there’s one thing she loves – it’s kids.
The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum’s annual Fall Gathering was greeted not by colored leaves but by snowflakes and icy roads.
At the age of 83, Mary Fowlkes slung a pack over her shoulder and set out into the fog.