I have seen the future.
It is just like today. Only different.
Oops, it changed again.
Based on the past 10 years, folks in Wyoming should be feeling pretty perky about the future.
By Geoffrey O’Gara
Wearing a bright orange jacket and hard hat, Cody Beers swiveled to look for traffic and then stuck his boot in a hole in the pavement on U.S. Highway 287 just north of Beaver Rim.
In less than a week, the 62nd Legislature will convene in Cheyenne, and there will be a lot of new faces that will no doubt create a challenge says Representative Rosie Berger.
Spending more time with family is a top New Year’s resolution, and the “Be Out There” campaign from the National Wildlife Federation is designed to help parents keep that resolution.
The 26th annual Polar Bear Plunge took place New Year's Day at Lake DeSmet, with an estimated 75 people taking the plunge.
Buffalo's City Council will hold their first meeting of 2013 this afternoon, but the Johnson County Commission will wait until next week to have their first meeting of the new year.
City/County Engineer Wayne Hill updated the Buffalo City Council on a number of projects he is overseeing.
With all the talk about the so-called fiscal cliff, President Obama announced on Tuesday that an agreement has been made - just in time.
With the legislature set to convene next Tuesday, legislators from both the local and state levels say they've been getting an earful from constituents on the state of the budget.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming finished 2012 with snow levels lagging below normal.
Lee Hackleman is water supply specialist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.