Wyoming’s workplace death rate dropped last year, but each of the 23 people killed on the job in 2012 has a face and a story. That’s what organizers of Workers Memorial Day wanted to share at their second annual gathering in Casper on Monday as part of a push to improve safety at work.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — In December, state Rep. Stephen Watt of Rock Springs was at a training session in Cheyenne for new legislators when he fell out of a chair and hurt his back.
CASPER, Wyo. — In the fall of 2011, doctors found a fist-sized tumor lodged near Tory Bodily’s spine.
CHEYENNE — A state Senate committee delayed action Thursday on a bill that would require voters to show identification at polling places, asking the sponsors rework it.
CASPER, Wyo. — Be prepared to pay more at the pump, as a proposed gas tax increase may just eke through the Legislature next session.
CODY, Wyo. — With the nation’s unemployment rate at 9.1 percent amid continuing signs of a faltering economy, President Barack Obama last week proposed a new round of up to $447 billion in tax cuts and federal public works spending aimed at putting millions of Americans back to work, as wel…
CHEYENNE, Wyo. —Thirteen state legislators, including House Speaker Ed Buchanan, want to file a “friend of the court” brief in a same-sex divorce case pending before the Wyoming Supreme Court.
Rock Springs City Council member Rob Zotti stands to practice a speech for participants at a citizen lobbyist training workshop last month in Cheyenne, Wyo., organized by Dan Neal, right, and others at the Equality State Policy Center.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — In the age of cell phones, e-mail and text messages, first-time visitors to Wyoming's Capitol are often delighted to learn that constituents can ask to meet with a legislator using the decidedly low-tech method of having the doorman pass along a handwritten note.
CHEYENNE — Last year students in the honors public speaking course at Casper College attended citizen lobbyist training in Cheyenne.
Downstairs at the Petroleum Club on Saturday, Republicans savoring their general election victories chose their leaders and committee members for the 2011-2012 Legislature.
CHEYENNE — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management said it doesn’t intend to open meetings to the public that are intended to lay the groundwork for managing a significant amount of land in Wyoming.