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ROCK SPRINGS (WNE) – Wyoming leaders blame Biden administration coal policies as well as bureaucratic delays they claim are deliberate for layoffs at the Black Butte coal mine in southwest Wyoming.

CHEYENNE (WNE) — Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails has announced the 13th consecutive year of its popular First Day Hikes on Jan. 1, 2024.

PYEONGTAEK, South Korea – On Thanksgiving Day, U.S. Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) shared a Thanksgiving meal with Wyoming service members and their families stationed at USAG Camp Humphreys in South Korea. They’re attached to United States Forces Korea (USFK).

CHEYENNE – A crowd gathers at the Joint Force Headquarters building to join in celebrating the rich heritage of the Wyoming National Guard. The Cowboy Guard, established 135 years ago, has served in a vital role as the Sword and Shield of Wyoming. With a history that predates Wyoming's statehood, the Guard has served domestically and abroad, protecting the homeland and contributing to the nation's efforts. From the Wyoming National Guard's earliest days to the modern era, its members have exemplified bravery, sacrifice, and dedication.

BNSF features vintage rail cars

Schoolboard convenes for last time before graduation

Platte County Courthouse update

Commissioners meeting dealing with the Platte County Shooting Range

Commissioners meeting dealing with the Platte County Shooting Range

Bus crash in Wheatland injures 11.

The boys are back in town.

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