Wyoming's state health officer is advising Wyoming residents that it is not too late to get vaccinated for protection from swine flu with ample supplies of the vaccine available.
New rules of the road have been unveiled for oil and gas leasing on Bureau of Land Management lands – reforms promoted as a way to improve certainty for the industry, better protect the great outdoo
The Wyoming Workforce Development Council has a new chairman. Governor Dave Freudenthal has appointed Jon Conrad to lead the Council through August 15, 2011.
Earlier this week we told you about the new rules and regulations on smog standards that were announced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Snowmobile and snow coach use numbers for Yellowstone National Park for the start of the 2009-2010 winter season are higher than reported earlier this week.
Earlier this week the Sheridan City Council appointed a committee to look into the reasons for the proposed Montana Dakota Utilities electrical rate increase.
The Internal Revenue Service is required by Congress to undergo an evaluation each year. National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson released her evaluation report this week.
The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees approved the purchase of new software that will greatly aid the financial department at the hospital.
Stalking is a crime that over the last decade or so has gotten the much needed attention it deserves from law enforcement and advocacy groups.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is already encouraging sportsmen to prepare for the 2010 hunting and fishing seasons.