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National mountain bike race comes to Casper Mountain

May 28, 2015 in News

USA Cycling's American Mountain Bike Challenge will be at the Casper Mountain Trails Center Aug. 22. It is the first time the mountain bike ra… Read Full Story... continue reading

Wyoming’s wildflowers: The early-riser

May 27, 2015 in News

Pasqueflowers, Anemone patens, grow hair on their stems to help insulate them from cold temperatures. The fuzz is more like a light jacket tha… Read Full Story... continue reading

Riverton council OKs $200,000 to help lure new airline to service Riverton Regional Airport

May 26, 2015 in News

The Riverton City Council has earmarked $200,000 to help recruit a new airline. Read Full Story... continue reading

Laramie County oil drilling slows as barrel prices stay low

May 21, 2015 in News

Oil production in the first quarter is up in Laramie County compared to last year, but low prices is steadily slowing production numbers in th… Read Full Story... continue reading

Mead pushes coal ports on Northwest trip

May 20, 2015 in News

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead continued his trade mission to the Northwest on Tuesday, emphasizing to the governor of Oregon that the future of Wyoming's coal industry requires getting access to deep-water ports to allow exports to Asian markets. Mead's meeting with Oregon Gov. Kate Brown followed his meeting Monday with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. Mead is a Republican while both other governors are Democrats. Oregon and Washington have been cool to the prospect of allowing the heavy train traffic necessary ... continue reading

Samson Resources, one of Wyoming’s largest oil and gas companies, may file for bankruptcy

May 19, 2015 in News

Samson Resources Corp., one of the largest oil and gas companies in Wyoming, may file for bankruptcy protection, financial filings show. The Tulsa, Oklahoma-based firm first announced it was struggling in March, when it disclosed that the precipitous drop in oil prices over the latter half of 2014 threatened its ability stay in business. First quarter earnings submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission last week show Samson Resources remains in a precarious financial position. ... continue reading

Historic Sheridan Inn open for guests

May 18, 2015 in News

The Historic Sheridan Inn, with its individually themed rooms, restored details and historic artwork, opened Friday to overnight guests for the first time in more than 50 years. Its new owners, Bob and Dana Townsend, have been working on the hotel for about a year and a half. “People here have been waiting a long time for something to be done with [the inn], and they are really happy with how it’s been treated and how they’ve gone about restoring it,” said Kendall Nicholson, a hotel representa... continue reading

Hollywood producer becomes U.S. citizen in Casper

May 14, 2015 in News

Quick. Do you know how many representatives are in the House of Representatives? How many senate members are in the United States? Bruce Moriarty does. The 63-year-old walked on stage at Casper College on Monday, shook Judge Scott Skavdahl’s hand and glanced at his certificate. Read Full Story... continue reading

Oilfield services company gives University of Wyoming $1 million for oil and gas research

May 13, 2015 in News

LARAMIE — An oilfield services company is giving the University of Wyoming $1 million to support research on unconventional oil and gas reserv… Read Full Story... continue reading

Groups brainstorm economic future for Casper

May 12, 2015 in News

Bill Schilling, president of the Wyoming Business Alliance, stood in a crowded conference room in Casper on Monday morning and posed a question: Read Full Story... continue reading
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