Can Wyoming citizens help stop “dark money?”

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WyoFile.com -Ken Chestek says he was blindsided by political mailers attacking his opponent in last fall’s race for House District 46.

Vore Buffalo Jump Prepares for Spring Student Flood

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WyoFile.com - Jackie Wyatt has seen the sinkhole hundreds of times. She’s looked at the bone beds.

WyoPoets Workshop This Weekend In Buffalo

Aspiring poets or those that want to improve their skills can participate in a workshop this Friday and Saturday in Buffalo during the WyoPoets 2017 Spring Workshop.

Mead Calls Legislature’s Spending Cuts Unnecessary

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Gov. Matt Mead begins his 2017 State of the State speech to the Legislature on Jan. 11.

WyoFile.com - The Legislature’s proposed budget cuts are unnecessary and could hurt Wyoming citizens and slow efforts to diversify the state’s economy, Gov.

Lawmakers Put Mountain Biker Fees on Hold

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Aidan Gallagher rides on the Beck Lake trail system near Cody. The Wyoming Legislature decided to study, rather than adopt, a bill that would require an annual $15 decal for all mountain bikers on public land. (John Gallagher photo)

WyoFile.com - The Wyoming Legislature hit the brakes late Tuesday on a bill to charge mountain bikers using public lands.

For Wyoming Coal’s Future, a Gillette Senator Looks to the Past

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WyoFile.com - Few in Gillette mind waiting at train crossings, sometimes for 10 minutes or more. Few here worry about coal dust blowing off the tops of the cars and polluting local waterways.

Johnson County's Other Election Results

Johnson County, in addition to national, state, city council, county commission and school board races, had many others concerning local boards and districts.

Buffalo Brew Pub Re-Brands As 'MISHAP! Brewing Company'

Photos by Aaron Palmer

The former “Clear Creek Brewing Company” in Buffalo has officially changed its name to “MISHAP! Brewing Company,” after an official launch party this weekend in Buffalo.

The Ghosts of Wild Elections Past - Nationally and in Wyoming

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Wyoming’s State Capitol Building in Cheyenne is dressed for the holidays in this photo. But handouts may not be in order as lawmakers begin debating whether to eliminate some sales-tax exemptions. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile )

WyoFile.com - Elections are a big deal: this is a democracy, after all. So no wonder they get wild.

More Than Just a Trophy: Hunting for Empowerment

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Tonya Lewman walks through the fog and sagebrush while scouting for antelope Oct. 7, near Ucross. Lewman was one of 45 hunters who participated in the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt. (Kelsey Dayton photo)

WyoFile.com - The morning fog had finally burned off and Tonya Lewman could now see everything, the sagebrush glittering as the frost melted, the hills rising from prairie and a small group of antelope near a draw in the di

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