What we eat and how we cook our food tells a story about who we are, where we've come from and what we care about. Our food also connects us to other people — family and friends with whom we share our meals. That's why our favorite dishes often stir up...
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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin filed a defamation lawsuit against The New York Times Tuesday in a federal court in Manhattan. Palin, a former vice presidential nominee, says the newspaper published a statement about her in an editorial earlier this month...
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Since Senate Republicans released the draft of their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act last week, many people have been wondering how the proposed changes will affect their own coverage, and their family's: Will my pre-existing condition...
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An Emmett Till historical marker in Money, Miss., has been vandalized two times in as many months, most recently last week, when panels with the 14-year-old's image and his story were peeled off. Installed in 2011, the sign stands on the Mississippi...
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A federal judge is ordering Alabama to improve the way it treats mentally ill prisoners after ruling that the state fails to provide constitutionally adequate mental health care in state lockups. U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson of Montgomery says...
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Anne MacKinnon is the chair of WyoFile’s board The governing board of WyoFile is delighted to announce that Matthew Copeland will be our new chief executive and editor, in charge of all of WyoFile’s operations. Copeland has written and edited … The post...
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ALBIN — Rosie and Martín Aguilar returned home from work one day this month to the sight of their five-year-old son fearfully peeking out through cracked blinds, afraid to open the door even for his own parents. The Aguilars had … The post Increased ICE...
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Quin Schrock, a California adventure and lifestyle photographer, has been selected from 2,100 applicants for the “Call of the WY” Wyoming tourism promotion this summer.
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Two years after the Air Force opened the massive Powder River Training Complex over the Northern Plains, ranchers impacted by military aircraft exercises say progress has been made in addressing disruptions.
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6/26/2017
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A recent development in the Wyoming Capitol Square Project will allow people to step into a room restored to reflect what it was like when Wyoming's constitution was written.
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6/25/2017
JACKSON, Wyo. — Visitors from around the world have listened to a recording at the Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center of Nathan Watson explaining the partnership between the Boy Scouts of America and the National Elk Refuge.
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6/25/2017
GILLETTE, Wyo. — A pair of bicyclists rode from Buffalo to Gillette one Friday. By then, they had nearly 1,500 miles under their belts, but they still had a stretch to go before reaching their final destination in Maine.
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6/24/2017
A two-hour closure of U.S. 20/Wyoming 789 through Wind River Canyon is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 27, to help rockfall mitigation crews have adequate time to safely drop a large rock and other debris on and near the highway.
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6/24/2017
On Wednesday morning, three males entered multiple banks in Cody, Wyoming requesting to exchange around $3,000 in $10 and $20 bills for larger denominations.
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6/23/2017
U.S. government officials say grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park region are no longer threatened, and that they will lift protections that have been in place for more than 40 years.
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6/22/2017
Several roads and nonmotorized trails on the Wapiti, Clarks Fork, and Greybull Ranger Districts of the Shoshone National Forest have been damaged by the continued melt of above-normal snowpack.
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6/22/2017
Wyoming has outpaced other states by investing in technologies meant to soften the many blows coal has faced in recent years. Few in Wyoming misunderstand coal’s importance to communities like Gillette, local miners and state institutions like public...
6/22/2017
Park County’s commissioners say they won’t give money to stop attracting bears to the county landfill, until environmentalists give money to the project. That was their answer to a request for $7000 to help build an electric fence around the only...
6/22/2017
State authorities reopened Interstate 25 about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday after a tractor trailer hauling hazardous materials caught fire and temporarily closed the road.
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6/21/2017
We love spending our hard-earned cash. But it’s often on things we don’t necessarily need. Hidden expenses are destroying our bank accounts. But is there anything we can do about it? Or will we just fall victim to financial failure? If you’re not sure,...
6/21/2017
Prosecutors could seek $17 million in addition to repayment, 3 years’ prison as judge delays fraudster's sentencing. The post Feds eye civil penalties as judge delays Ruffatto sentencing appeared first on WyoFile.
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6/20/2017
At a meeting of key legislative committees, the powerful Senate president said he remained opposed to taxes. Does he speak for Wyoming? The post Bebout: “silent majority” opposes tax increases appeared first on WyoFile.
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6/20/2017
There’s a new sheriff in town, and new outlaws who stage mock gunfights in downtown Cody. They’re taking the place of the “Cody Gunfighters”. That group was involved in a shooting accident that injured three audience members last July. The “Cody...
6/20/2017
Cheyenne attorney Karen Budd-Falen is said to be in the running to take the helm of the Bureau of Land Management The post Budd-Falen, potential BLM pick, has fought for ranchers appeared first on WyoFile.
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6/16/2017
One man died, and another is in critical condition following two water related accidents in Yellowstone. Very cold and very hot waters in the world’s first national park are dangerous.Yellowstone Lake is the largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet in...
6/16/2017
We have statements from Sen. John Barrasso, Sen. Mike Enzi and Rep. Liz Cheney. Sen. Barrasso’s remarks: “Before we start today’s hearing, I’d like to say a few words about the shooting at the Congressional baseball practice this morning. “Our thoughts...
6/14/2017
A Judge in Pittsburgh is set to sentence Michael Ruffatto on Tuesday for a massive criminal fraud associated with his failed Two Elk power plant. The post Two Elk: Crime, punishment and nagging mystery appeared first on WyoFile.
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6/13/2017
Conservation participants criticize call for bird farming, claims of unheard western voices. The post Experts: Zinke’s sage grouse review plan a flop appeared first on WyoFile.
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6/13/2017