Guns on campus: Wyoming lawmakers advance bill
Bill proposes cuts, spending from savings for education
UW investigates after American flag covered with pride flag
Wind tax increase proposal rejected by Wyoming legislators
Bill would give extra licenses to women's antelope hunt
Elk numbers stabilizing in northern Yellowstone
Gillette woman enters not guilty plea in theft case
Women's march draws crowds in Wyoming
Wyoming congresswoman Cheney says Trump is wrong on NATO
Wyoming Senate president kills public lands bill
No 2016 Wyoming miners deaths, low rates across the country
Energy companies respond to spiking ozone levels
Increasing enrollment likely a goal in UW strategic plan
Winter closures seek to protect wildlife
UW vice president to serve on prestigious advisory council
Frontier Prison gets $500,000 grant for renovation
Wyoming politicians, leaders attend Trump inauguration
Wanted Mississippi man arrested in Wyoming
Study finds Wyoming values supplying schools with internet
Canadians plead guilty to violations at parks across US West
Gillette man gets life in prison for 2-year-old boy's death
Former Wright school secretary accused of taking money
Wyoming lineman and linebacker play in all-star games
Wyoming Wind in Action, Courtesy of Associated Press:
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The Wyoming Department of Transportation offers these safety tips for driving around snowplows:
• Never pass a snowplow unless you are absolutely certain of what is next to or ahead of the snowplow.
• In poor-visibility or even whiteout conditions, don’t drive faster than you can see ahead.
• Plows turn and exit the road frequently. Give them plenty of room. Stay back at least 15 car lengths, about 200 feet.
• Snowplows can throw up a cloud of snow that can reduce your visibility to zero in less time than you can react. Never drive into a snow cloud, as it could conceal a snowplow.
Calling all Bar J Wrangler Fans:
Concert tickets will be on sale
March 1st for the upcoming
Bar J Wranglers concert
at Lander Valley High School on April 1st!
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