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Wyoming’s Economy, Labor Market Were Declining Before COVID Hit; Housing Strengthens
The housing market has grown for home sellers.
BLM Imposes Fire Restrictions in Natrona, Goshen Counties
These fire restrictions are in addition to the year-round wildfire prevention restrictions on BLM-administered public lands.
BLM Urges Fire Prevention Measures on Public Lands
Preventable wildfires threaten lives, property and resources.
Wyoming Department of Health Reports Largest One-Day Jump in COVID-19 Cases
This story will be updated.
Wyoming Lab-confirmed COVID Cases Pass 1,000; Precautions Urged Again
Experts have learned more over the last several months about COVID-19, which is still a relatively new virus.
Evansville Town Council Names New Mayor, May Hire Investigator
Former Mayor Jennifer Sorenson resigned on Monday.
Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Monitoring, Capturing Efforts Begin This Week
Biologists will attract grizzly bears at potential capture sites with natural food sources such as fresh road-killed deer and elk.
Yellowstone Pumped a Half-Billion Bucks Into Neighboring Towns in 2019
The Yellowstone data was among the total effects nationwide of spending by more than 327 million visitors in communities within 60 miles of a national park.
Evansville Mayor, Police Officer Charged With Misuse of Office
All the offenses are misdemeanors.
Firefighters Battle 5,000-Acre Fire in Johnson County
The fire is growing due to winds and dry fuels.
Yellowstone National Park Employees Again Test Negative for COVID-19
Park Superintendent Cam Sholly said proactive testing is the only way to detect cases early and respond quickly to any infected employees.
Wyoming Supreme Court: Vital Records Include Sex Change Requests on Birth Certificates
The Wyoming Department of Health has the responsibility to maintain accurate vital records.