WyoFile

WyoFile

@WyoFile

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WyoFile is an independent, non-profit news organization focused on the people, places and policy of WY. We are currently participating in #NewsMatch.

Lander, Wyoming
Joined on July 29, 2009
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381. in country United States and category Daily News

This week: Pandemic metrics took a turn for the worse as active cases jumped 48%, surpassing 800 for the first time. Single-day case counts also broke records. Gov. Gordon expects to further ease restrictions, and Wyomingites report waning concern. https://t.co/OiclXknOX5

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2 days ago

With the Mullen fire threatening communities in southwest Wyoming, WyoFile follows a UW professor — who has spent his career researching disasters — as he prepares for the potential of one such disaster to impact his property and life. https://t.co/5vYoUftJWT

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2 days ago

COVID-19 fallout has left many disheartened, including columnist Drake. But the pandemic may help us appreciate what we took for granted, he writes — simple pleasures like attending concerts and attending real, live legislative meetings. https://t.co/P5Cr0yUfG3

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3 days ago

The USFS will likely not consider water-conservation alternatives to a plan that would enable irrigators to lower New Fork Lake by 22.6 feet, an official said. That’s despite comments urging caution from the EPA, U.S. Fish & Wildlife and Wyo Game & Fish. https://t.co/UvxGTUZr9y

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4 days ago

Wyo already has one of the highest juvenile incarceration rates in the U.S, but cuts to Department of Family Services are likely to drive the number of kids caught up in the criminal justice system even higher, according to an advisory panel of experts. https://t.co/iDObVxwrjl

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5 days ago

ICYMI: Dogs of Wyoming + water = happy. https://t.co/y4a46JgyEu

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6 days ago

When talking with managers of public lands these pandemic days, writes Todd Wilkinson, two issues pop up: What to do about large amounts of human feces deposited in wild places, and how to handle far too many visitors. https://t.co/6pgefG1uJJ

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7 days ago

Denial is widely recognized as a stage of the grieving process, but frankly, Wyo can’t afford it now, writes Drake. Yet, he argues, politicians continue to endanger our future and eschew viable alternatives in their illogical attempts to keep coal alive. https://t.co/wqgluYn97j

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8 days ago

This week: Wyo extended its health orders again as new confirmed cases hit a startling single-day record and officials reported seven COVID-19-related deaths. UW eased back into in-person learning. https://t.co/RjJ31vjdBG

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8 days ago

Dogs + water = happy. For proof, look no further than this gallery of diving dogs submitted by WyoFile readers. https://t.co/Mp6IRBbwkv

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9 days ago

State Sen. Jim Anderson’s sexist behavior toward a female presenter can’t be dismissed as “boys will be boys,” write guest columnists Craven and Simon. His comments evidence systemic threats to equitable representation in the Equality State, they say. https://t.co/d4mYPpGOlg

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9 days ago

Rose Curtis has photographed Wyomingites on porches and stoops as they cope with life during a pandemic. Her project, “Porch Portraits,” reveals universal truths about the crisis. “There’s always something beautiful to take away from hard times,” she said. https://t.co/KDvRQzne5l

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10 days ago

As hunters begin the general rifle season, they’ll pursue animals that the Game and Fish Department found to be 32% above objective in the bulk of the state’s herds. “It’s definitely the decade of the elk,” WGFD's Doug Brimeyer said. https://t.co/SwXFG5ehBW

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11 days ago

Wyo’s fiscal crisis, a train wreck years in the making, finally came off the rails on Gov. Mark Gordon’s watch. Can he pick up the pieces amid a public health crisis, collapsing coal industry and deepening political divide to engineer a sustainable future? https://t.co/cK3aLz0YCh

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14 days ago

While he wasn’t anxious to spend more mind-numbing hours watching lawmakers search for their “unmute” buttons on Zoom, columnist Kerry Drake believes a second special session would have given the state a much-needed head start to solve its budget woes. https://t.co/EWzQD7zVEn

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15 days ago

This week: Despite improvements in COVID-19 metrics, Wyo officials held off celebrating as they carefully watched case counts in the wake of Labor Day and the reopening of the state’s schools. UW extended a pause in its reopening plan. https://t.co/9Ip0N5zpKp

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15 days ago

From blistering heat to garden-zapping temperatures, Wyoming’s notoriously capricious weather swung wildly this week with the arrival of an early winter storm. Wet snow and high winds closed roads, caused power outages and downed trees across the state. https://t.co/0D0CCH1e81

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16 days ago

Contrary to popular narrative, COVID-19 and an energy decline are not the main culprits behind Wyo's budget crisis, writes Dodson. The real sources are politicians who failed to build the foundations for a post-coal economy they saw coming for 25 years. https://t.co/lYKM0a0Rek

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17 days ago

After selecting 70 teams of skilled shooters, Grand Teton National Park will launch a mountain goat culling operation. Volunteers will participate in a mandatory orientation, including a marksmanship test, before embarking on the potentially grueling cull. https://t.co/3iwhr0jq13

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