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by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s government could be more transparent and work harder to ensure existing ethics laws are properly enforced.

Buffalo's water may be safer from wildfires and subsequent damage in the future after the city council approved a grant application to study fire mitigation in the watershed drainages that feed Tie Hack Reservoir, the city's source for municipal drinking water in the Bighorn Mountains above the city.

by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

Part of ongoing reporting on Wyoming’s federal lands, their plight, control and management — Ed.

Bridger-Teton National Forest receptionist Dorothy Neckels’ new office exudes a welcoming warmth with maps, displays, brochures and posters greeting visitors to her 3.4-million-acre reserve.

by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming revenue may slide 23 percent as prices and production in the mineral economy remain low, the state Consensus Revenue Estimating Group said Monday.

by Gregory Nickerson | WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s new data trespass laws are unconstitutional, violating free speech, equal protection and other basic freedoms, according to a lawsuit filed by conservation, animal welfare, and media groups in U.S. District Court on Sept. 29.

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In the years after World War II, Sheridan, Wyoming went from being “an Indian-hating town” in the words of Crow elder Joseph Medicine Crow, to being “the Indian capital of the world.” At least for a while.

by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

A Jackson photographer who has sued to stop the annual elk hunt in Grand Teton National Park has secured a license to shoot an elk starting Oct. 24.

by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

A father whose son was killed by a bear while working in the Teton Wilderness said this week Wyoming OSHA’s $13,120 fine against the company involved in the death is “a joke.”

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