Buffalo's annual Oktoberfest returned to Crazy Woman Square on Saturday as community members and guests joined together to celebrate the traditional German holiday. Held on the same as the 20th anniversary as 9/11, the event began with a remembrance moment and continued into the festivities …
Kyle Martin, the deceased, was kayaking with a friend on May 30, 1995, a day the duo planned to float from Granite Creek to the Snake-Hoback river confluence.
CASPER – Gov. Mark Gordon is planning to combat President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate through legal action from the state attorney general and a special legislative session, he announced Wednesday.
A spate of fatal crashes on U.S. Highway 16 is giving officials pause. In the past five weeks, three people have died in motor vehicle crashes while passing through the Bighorn Mountains.
TEN SLEEP — Two adult men, one from Sheridan and one from Story, were arrested in the early morning hours of Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021, near Meadowlark Lake east of Ten Sleep. Names have not been released.
The number of Wyoming deaths tied to coronavirus climbed over 900 on Tuesday as the Wyoming Department of Health announced 39 more deaths.
GILLETTE — A small group of people gathered at Dalbey Memorial Park Saturday evening in what may be the start of a more large-scale movement toward less restrictive marijuana laws throughout Wyoming.
CODY (WNE) — A Powell resident is facing first degree murder charges related to the death of his four-month old infant.
During a June candidate forum in Casper, several challengers said they would drop out of the race by May 1, 2022 if they were not leading. They were also asked if they would drop out if Trump endorsed another candidate.
JACKSON — The remains of Lance Cpl. Rylee McCollum, the Jackson native and U.S. Marine who was killed in Afghanistan on Aug. 26 in a terrorist attack, touched down at Jackson Hole Airport at 4:07 p.m. Friday.
Gordon called the policy an “egregious example of big government overreach” in a written statement shared by his office Thursday.
Cheyenne attorney Harriet Hageman announced her candidacy Thursday for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, launching her bid to oust current Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo.
Adam Todd earns his living during the summer months in Buffalo, guiding tourists from near and far on horseback through the Bighorn National Forest.
CASPER — Nearly 8,800 people in Wyoming received a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine within the last two weeks. That’s the highest amount statewide since this spring, when the shots first became available to the general public.The rise in vaccinations has coincided with the emergence of the d…
Bread of Life Food Pantry is headed home.
Amie Holt Care Center is seeking volunteers to screen and check in visitors.
CASPER — Far-right House members continue to push to oust Rep. Liz Cheney from the Republican Conference following her appointment Thursday as vice chairwoman of the Jan. 6 Select Committee.
It’s not so quiet in Mills anymore.
CHEYENNE – Bob Vines went to the emergency room at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center on July 17 with COVID-19.
“However, this bear had learned in the past that this was an easy food source and its behavior had escalated toward seeking out human foods despite a fairly abundant berry crop,” he said.
At least one bill related to elections will be introduced by committee during Wyoming’s 2022 legislative session, while the fate of two other proposed bills is murky.
LOVELL (WNE) — After 80 students and employees were quarantined in the first week of school, Big Horn County School District No. 2 opted in an emergency meeting Saturday to make quarantining optional when a student is determined to have been in close contact with a positive COVID-19 case.
Longmire Days is going back to basics this year with COVID-19 on the rise.
The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming increased to levels not seen since early December on Wednesday.
Each year, the Wyoming Christian Motorcyclist Association travels to a different part of the state to meet up and spend time together for a long weekend in a different town in the state. The Wyoming CMA returned to the Buffalo for the first time in about a decade and enjoyed a weekend of gam…
JACKSON (WNE) — Three days after an online fundraiser was started, donations to assist the family of Rylee McCollum — the Jackson native and U.S. Marine who was killed in Afghanistan — have reached nearly $500,000.
CASPER — The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Wyoming rose to 195 on Monday — the most since Dec. 10.
New West held their back to school orientation potluck and get together the week before school started, welcoming back former and new students alike. The school talked about their goals for the students and how to make those goals possible. The nacho potluck fed guests while students laughed…
Wyoming should adopt a species-specific permit system for sage grouse hunting to better account for the fall take, a university professor recently told a state panel.
CHEYENNE — As of Friday afternoon, just five days into the new school year, there were more than 170 active coronavirus cases and exposures in Laramie County School District 1 schools.
JACKSON — A former Jackson student was one of the 170 people and 13 U.S. Marines killed in Afghanistan after a suicide bomber attacked Hamid Karzai International Airport Aug. 26.
The annual Kindercamp was back in regular session this year with students returning to the school to explore their new place of learning. The young students got to know new teachers, classmates and the Meadowlark Elementary School including everything from the cafeteria to the nurse's office…
The annual back to school Zombie Run was held once again this year in its normal form. After a year with some slight changes last summer due to COVID-19, the zombie run returned to its starting place in Crazy Woman Square. Students and parents alike joined together to run around town, dodgin…
GILLETTE — Standing two steps up on an 8-foot ladder, face-to-face with white paint strokes beginning to form the head of a buffalo, Hannah Mooney stood where she stood for the better part of the summer, focused and facing the wall turned canvas turned mural on the front of the AVA Community…
JACKSON — A little-known species in Wyoming is smaller than the average house cat but part of a big conservation success story.
As federal water managers declared the first-ever official Colorado River water shortage last week, a top official said he’s confident Wyoming will responsibly implement its plans to store and divert even more flows from the troubled waterway.
SUNDANCE — On the instruction of Governor Mark Gordon, the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office has filed a civil case with District Court that could see County Treasurer Mary Kuhl removed from office.
POWELL (WNE) — A Yellowstone National Park visitor from Connecticut was ordered to spend a week in jail after she was caught walking on thermal ground in the Norris Geyser Basin last month.
Christian Nelson joined several dozen new pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students at Meadowlark Elementary for the kinder camp the week before school started. The kids explored the school and got a chance to get to know their teachers and classmates before the school filled up on day one.
Clare Quale stood before a small crowd on Friday night, wearing a classic black dress with strings of pearls around her neck.
Roger Forsman, of Great Falls, Montana, is in the custody of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office after he engaged in a crime spree that began in Buffalo, according to law enforcement.
SHERIDAN — By Labor Day and the official end of the summer tourism season, the Best Western Sheridan Center may be fully staffed.
The Patriot Conservatives of Johnson County are suing the Buffalo Bulletin for $36 million for alleged libel, defamation and slander they say was contained in an “article” that was published two weeks ago.
The deaths of another 26 Wyoming residents have been linked to the coronavirus, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.
JACKSON — A former Jackson resident has recovered the largest sum of unclaimed property ever possessed by the Wyoming State Treasurer’s Office.The man owned some 16,000 shares of a publicly traded software company that were worth about $420 a piece. In all, he was missing $6.72 million.Becau…
The summer Saturday's in the Square brought the town together this year once again, once in July and once in August as musicians from around the state joined together to celebrate music and summer with Buffalo. Food vendors and performers joined community members in their lawn chairs to list…
Roughly 40% of Wyomingites have received at least one vaccine dose. More than 210,000 residents were fully inoculated as of Friday.
After every 10 year-census count, state governments take on the task of redistricting, or redrawing the maps that determine who will represent a given area.
The annual Big Horn Tire Show and Shine Car Show was hosted again on Saturday, August 14, drawing in snazzy cars and their owners from around the region. Spending the morning being judged and lined up for visitors and other showmen to look browse, the show wrapped up with a car parade throug…
Now, 130 people are hospitalized statewide, and the numbers are rising nearly every day.
By a 4,160-to-1,724 margin, Campbell County voters overwhelmingly approved the college's separation from the Northern Wyoming Community College District.