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  • Heather Richards For The Gazette

University of Wyoming President Laurie Nichols' plan to cut about $50 million from the budget over the next two years is causing concern among some faculty members.

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  • By KEILA SZPALLER For the Gazette

MISSOULA — The College of Humanities and Sciences at the University of Montana is facing cuts that will amount to “several million dollars” fr…

  • Christine Peterson For The Gazette

The University of Wyoming plans to cut at least 70 vacant positions, offer employee retirement incentives and standardize the teaching load for faculty, the new UW president announced Wednesday.

  • Heather Richards For The Gazette

The University of Wyoming is facing about $50 million in cuts during the next biennium. But before the school announces any specific reductions, the incoming president plans to give two presentations Wednesday and Thursday for faculty, staff and students in Laramie.

  • Phoebe Tollefson The Sheridan Press

SHERIDAN — Like all Wyoming state agencies, the Department of Corrections is caught between budget cuts already made and more to come.

  • Heather Richards For The Gazette

CASPER, Wyo. — In a small town in northeast Wyoming, a school district with 18 staff members is facing the state's budget crisis the best it can.

  • By Heather Richards For The Gazette

Wyoming’s overall K-12 enrollment is up from last year, but some individual districts have seen losses, putting pressure on some of the state’…

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  • By Ryan Holmgren For The Gazette

A program that supports University of Wyoming sports appears safe from budget cuts that could slash millions from K-12 schools and literacy pr…

  • By Heather Richards For The Gazette

Lawmakers say the $45 million in cuts to K-12 education proposed last week are prudent in the face of Wyoming’s $335 million shortfall over th…

  • Associated Press

LARAMIE, Wyo. — Gov. Matt Mead's proposed state budget provides no salary increases for University of Wyoming faculty and staff — a top priori…

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  • KEILA SZPALLER For The Gazette

MISSOULA — The University of Montana is seeking to make up an estimated $10 million to $12 million in the 2017 fiscal year, a UM official said Monday.

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  • AJ MAZZOLINI For The Gazette

MISSOULA — With some major financial belt tightening at the University of Montana this Thanksgiving, officials within the UM athletic departme…

  • Laura Hancock For The Gazette

CASPER, Wyo. — The organization that speaks for the state’s 8,200 workers is watching the Wyoming Legislature for signs of possible jobs or be…

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  • By Laura Hancock For The Gazette

CASPER, Wyo. — Facing declining revenues from oil, natural gas and coal, Gov. Matt Mead said Wednesday morning he is preparing to cut up to $2…

  • By TOM KUGLIN For The Gazette

The Montana Department of Corrections recently submitted its budget for the next biennium, reflecting about $3.6 million less than requested f…

  • DILLON KATO Missoulian

MISSOULA — A group that works to support the public’s access to AmeriCorps is worried about the effect proposed budget cuts at the national le…

  • By Trevor Brown Wyoming Tribune Eagle

Slumping energy prices could bring more state budget cuts to Wyoming.

  • The Billings Gazette Editorial Board

It would be easy and not necessarily inaccurate to see Montana State University Billings' $4.4 million shortfall in the next biennium as a bud…

  • Associated Press

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Cheyenne Regional Medical Center plans to cut $17 million in spending over two years but wants to avoid layoffs.

  • By MIKE SMITH Montana Standard

BUTTE — Powell County is laying off two sheriff’s deputies because of uncertainties over federal funding and a failed mill levy increase, leav…