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In what could be a world first, a billion-dollar blockchain company donated $500,000 in its own cryptocurrency to help fund the new Advanced Blockchain Research and Development Laboratory at the University of Wyoming.

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Parents with children who have significant behavioral or psychiatric illnesses need resources to provide the best possible outcome for their family. High Fidelity Wraparound Services are available statewide as part of the Medicaid program and are designed to help families establish problem s…

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Families that have been separated because of unhealthy relational dynamics sometimes have limited resources in Wyoming to help them gain skills necessary for reunification.

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From Highway 59, the fenced-in scoria lot and adjoining modular building at the base of Basin Electric’s Dry Fork Station north of Gillette blends into the background, squeezed between the sprawling, open pit coal mines that dot the high plains surrounding Campbell County. These grounds are …

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JACKSON – In the mountain valley of Jackson Hole, an entrepreneur is spinning up his blades after receiving the Federal Aviation Administration’s carte blanche for operating scenic helicopter tours from the Jackson Hole Airport. However, the community has cited everything from safety to nois…

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When it comes to big data, few understand how big it really is. Even in a population-sparse state like Wyoming, big data is shaping the business world and the energy industry as mathematicians, statisticians and analysts extract stories and narratives from hundreds of terabytes of spreadsheets.

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A steady stream of 4- and 5-year-olds excitedly walk into the Saratoga Elementary School library on a cold afternoon. Soon, this will be their school. They’re here as a part of a once-a-month kindergarten readiness program, a collaborative effort between local preschools, families in the are…

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The federal law raising the legal age to buy tobacco and other products containing nicotine from 18 to 21 went into effect a few months ago, and Wyoming is still playing catch-up to reconcile state laws before it can be meaningfully enforced.

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In 2016, the tiny Caribbean nation of Barbados made waves by becoming the first nation to back a blockchain-based version of its national currency. Those waves may be large enough to wash up on U.S. shores and trigger a currency war where Wyoming could be ground zero.

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An iconic lodge known worldwide by guests who often used it to celebrate once-in-a-lifetime milestones burned down in November, shortly before celebrating its 30th anniversary. Now, the owners of Jackson’s highly regarded Rusty Parrot Lodge and Spa are looking to make 30 a year to rebuild in…

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The United States Department of Agriculture has again backed off on a requirement that cattle and bison traveling across state lines must have radio frequency identification tags. The mandate was introduced in April, but was withdrawn Oct. 25 after pushback from ranchers and industry profess…