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Buffalo Brew Pub Re-Brands As 'MISHAP! Brewing Company'

The former “Clear Creek Brewing Company” in Buffalo has officially changed its name to “MISHAP! Brewing Company,” after an official launch party this weekend in Buffalo.

The Ghosts of Wild Elections Past - Nationally and in Wyoming

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WyoFile.com - Elections are a big deal: this is a democracy, after all. So no wonder they get wild.

More Than Just a Trophy: Hunting for Empowerment

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WyoFile.com - The morning fog had finally burned off and Tonya Lewman could now see everything, the sagebrush glittering as the frost melted, the hills rising from prairie and a small group of antelope near a draw in the di

Two Elk Developer Charged with Federal Criminal Fraud

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WyoFile.com - Federal prosecutors have charged Michael J. Ruffatto, developer of the once-proposed Two Elk coal-fired power plant near Gillette, with criminal fraud for bills he submitted under a 2009-2010 federal stimulus grant to research carbon storage on his site in rural Campbell County, according court documents obtained by WyoFile.

Medicaid expansion would protect state infrastructure — workers

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WyoFile.com - Being one of those who routinely “zooms out” when viewing Google Maps, I am inclined to address Medicaid expansion in Wyoming from a big-picture, overarching, perspective. The issues I believe we need to focus more on are trust and compassion.

Lawmakers Eye Nuke Plant, Waste

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WyoFile.com - Wyoming lawmakers may consider working with the U.S. Department of Energy in a new “consent-based” effort to establish sites for storing highly radioactive nuclear waste.

Can Science and Education Save Yellowstone Visitors from Themselves?

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Wyofile.com - The bad news: most visitors in Yellowstone National Park have no concept what 25 yards (the minimum distance the park allows humans to approach bison) looks like.

Casper’s Wyoming Medical Center lays off 58

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Wyoming Medical Center laid off 58 employees today and announced it will not fill another 57 positions due to the region’s declining economy. The 9 percent reduction to Casper’s second-largest employer will trim an estimated $7.2 million in annual expenses.

Opposing Groups to Rally at Federal Coal Hearing

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WyoFile.com - Both pro- and not-so-pro coal advocates gather in Casper today as Department of Interior officials take public comment on a pending review of the federal coal leasing program.

Home Run for Cheyenne Boy, Torrents of Rain and a Big Happy Birthday to Tu Youyou

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Not sure how to weave torrential rains, big major league home runs, some crazy Cheyenne bicyclists and a few other items that caught my eye into a coherent statewide column, but here goes:

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