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Paleo. Keto. Flexitarian. Whole30. With hundreds of diet and nutrition options, finding the right fit can be complicated. That’s where registered dietitian Lindsey McCoy with Crave Nutrition, RD comes in.
Gordon launches Meat Processing Expansion Grant Program
Many dogs will play fetch all day. But when someone finds a lost dog, they don’t want to spend a lot of time fetching the owner.
Small business owners still can thrive in a time of uncertainty as they balance safety and health with keeping their businesses open.
Functional access to the polls and experience of the democratic process in Wyoming varies by demographic, some voting-rights advocates say, with the result that certain groups are still underrepresented in the Equality State.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Sept. 18, was renowned for her dissenting opinions, a lesser-known example of which found the liberal justice siding with a classically western-conservative cause in the case of a controversial Wyoming ranch operation.
GILLETTE – A U.S. District Court decision to block a joint venture between Peabody Energy Corp. and Arch Resources Inc. could also mean the beginning of the end of Arch as a major Powder River Basin coal producer.
LARAMIE – A recent cold front provided a little relief for firefighters, but not much as the Mullen Fire burning in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest about 40 west of Laramie and just southwest of Centennial is still active and growing.
The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming fell Tuesday for the first time in more than a week, dropping by 22.
CHEYENNE – A local dentist has pleaded guilty to federal charges of negligently causing the release of asbestos.
CODY — A new bill would hinder Cody resident Jacklyn Bullock’s ability to treat her lifelong pain without painkiller medication.
CASPER — The COVID-19 pandemic delivered historic blows to Wyoming’s economy during this year’s second quarter, according to a new report published on Monday by Wyoming’s Economic Analysis Division. The report shows the sheer scale of the economic fallout induced by the pandemic, which sparr…
SHERIDAN — There are more than 100 species of grasshoppers in the United States, but only about 12 play the role of pest that rangeland and cropland in northern Sheridan County and Montana are currently experiencing.
CHEYENNE – Back in 2015, the Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization identified the need for an additional crossing over the Union Pacific railroad on the east side of town.