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Wyoming Unemployment Dips

The Wyoming unemployment rate dropped slightly between November and December falling to 4.2% from 4.3%. According to the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, the state’s unemployment rate decreased significantly from a year ago when it stood at Continue reading

Officers Bitten By Dogs During Arrest

Two officers were bit by dogs while arresting a man for stealing a camper this week in Grand Junction. 41-year-old Bryan Johnson of Grand Junction was arrested by Mesa County deputies Wednesday, after they found a stolen 32-foot camper in his possession. While police Continue reading

Hunter Attacked By Bear

A Rock Springs man was attacked by a bear last week in the Teton Wilderness. James Moore sustained injuries to his head and torso, after he was attacked by the bear while hunting elk with two other people in the area. Moore was taken to a hospital in Idaho, where he was Continue reading

Steamboat Accepting Artist Proposals

The City of Steamboat is currently accepting proposals from artists, for work to be placed on property owned by the city. Artists must submit an application, including photographs of the proposed site for their art and other information including cost, a site plan and maintenance requirements. Appropriate city departments will Continue reading

Twentymile Coal Expansion Possible

As part of the Trump Administrations goal to create an all-of-the-above energy policy in the United States, the BLM is currently evaluating a Lease-by-Application for Peabody, at their Twentymile mine near Hayden and are looking for public input. The lease Continue reading

Two-Year-Old Hit By Train In Wyoming

A two-year-old boy was struck by a train yesterday morning in Sheridan Wyoming. According to a press release, the boy, who was hit by the train at a railroad crossing intersection, was alert and crying immediately after being struck. The boy was transported to the Continue reading