8 hrs ago
Wyo. sees increase in K-12 language program
The number of K-12 students in Wyoming participating in a program to help them speak the English language has increased 10.5 percent over the last four years.
12 hrs ago
Tomorrow: Craig Johnson, Author of the Walt Longmire Mysteries, at Parnassus
Author Event w/Craig Johnson, Author of the Walt Longmire Mysteries When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 18 Where: Parnassus Books Until last year, novelist and playwright Craig Johnson's work was mainly known by crime/mystery and Western fans.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
New citizens sworn in at former internment camp
A group of Wyoming residents hailing from around the world gathered this past week to take on new rights and responsibilities as U.S. citizens.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
County 10 News
Veteran designation option to be available on Wyoming driver licenses
Beginning July 1, Wyoming veterans will have the option of requesting a veteran designation be shown on the front of their Wyoming driver license or identification cards.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Grizzly bear pair from Cleveland Metroparks Zoo arrive safely at Akron Zoo
Jackson and Cheyenne are off on their next big adventure. The brother and sister grizzly bears have done a lot of traveling in their two short years, coming to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in 2011 from Wyoming and now moving on to their long-term home, the new Mike and Mary Stark Grizzly Ridge exhibit, at the Akron Zoo.
Wyo. governor pledges help against Colorado fires
A fire burning near Colorado Springs has destroyed about 380 homes and killed two people and other fires are burning elsewhere in the state.
Wyo. first lady works on new reading program
First Lady Carol Mead has been working with a coalition of Wyoming businesses, nonprofits, and state agencies to implement a new program to encourage childhood literacy and a healthy lifestyle.
Last real man in the West
This time every year, I line up DVDs of all the great prime- time dramas I missed during the season and devour them, one by one.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Wyo. ranchers complain about Western Watersheds Project influence on local grazing decisions
Wyoming ranchers say an Idaho-based environmental group has too much influence over how local grazing allotments are managed on public lands, but a representative of the group says it's only making sure that laws and regulations are being followed.
Colorado Fires Prep Surrounding States
Submitted By: Liz Cooper, LCooper@K2TV.com The Black Forest fire has become the worst in Colorado state history.
Lawmakers may tighten veteran license plate rules
The law currently allows the plates for parents, grandparents, spouses, siblings and children.
KOTA-TV Rapid City
Highway funding concerns loon in Wyoming
Wyoming Department of Transportation officials say uncertainty remains about how much highway money the state can expect to receive after the current federal transportation bill expires next year.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
County 10 News
WAM delegates assemble for opening reception; Conference work agenda begins Thursday morning
The opening reception of the Wyoming Association of Municipalities conference in Riverton Wednesday evening drew a large crowd to the Reach Foundation Clubhouse.
County 10 News
Thrya Thomson dies; Wyoming's first female Secretary of State, she held office 24 years
"Thyra is one of the most highly regarded political figures in Wyoming's history, for her many accomplishments and also for the length of her tenure in office.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Hill offers to give up 2 staff positions
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill is offering to return more than $100,000 in funding to the Wyoming Department of Education.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Mountain West Connection
2014 Wyoming football recruiting: Cowboys land local QB Austin Fort
There are not many Division I recruits which come out of the state of Wyoming, but when they do the Wyoming Cowboys do their best to keep them at home.
The Gillette News-Record
It's open season on what bugs us
The Southwest Utah Public Health Department confirmed the state's first case of West Nile virus this season, and health departments across the region are reminding people that the virus spread by mosquitoes remains a potential threat with the coming of summer.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
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Southbound lanes of I-25 north of Wellington to get some TLC
On June 10, the Colorado Department of Transportation will begin a highway improvement project on the southbound lanes of I-25 north of State Highway 14 from MM 269 to MM 282 near the Wyoming state line.
County 10 News
RPD's Mounted Horse Patrol began training drills Friday morning
Members of the Riverton Police Department Mounted Horse Patrol spent a day in training today at the Central Wyoming College Equestrian Center.
Cheney to compete in annual Wyoming antelope hunt
Two math-notebook pages recently authenticated as belonging to Abraham Lincoln suggest the 16th president, who was known to downplay his formal education, may have spent more time in school than usually thought.