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WyoFile.com- For a state wanting to diversify its economy to reduce dependence on the energy industry, any venture that would bring new jobs seems like a good thing. But whether new jobs help or hurt Wyoming’s constricting revenue pool would depend on who fills them, various government officials say.

WyoFile.com- Dr. David Bagley, the chairman of the Environmental Quality Council, overruled Ramaco lawyers’ objections and said the four area residents would be allowed to testify in the proceedings on the mine permit.

Nonprofit organizations in Johnson County are encouraged to apply for grant funding from the Hazel Patterson Memorial Donor Advised Fund through the Wyoming Community Foundation.

WyoFile.com -The newest member of Wyoming’s sage grouse team said he would seek to use grouse raised at his bird farm to offset or mitigate the effects of development, if farm rearing is successful.

This year's “Longmire Days” will feature a fun, new event that requires fan participation, so the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is urging those with talent to sign up and show it off during the “Longmire Days Talent Show.

WyoFile.com -Ken Chestek says he was blindsided by political mailers attacking his opponent in last fall’s race for House District 46.

WyoFile.com - Jackie Wyatt has seen the sinkhole hundreds of times. She’s looked at the bone beds.

Aspiring poets or those that want to improve their skills can participate in a workshop this Friday and Saturday in Buffalo during the WyoPoets 2017 Spring Workshop.

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