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Wyoming residents can afford to pay more in taxes, argues an analysis by the Laramie County Community College’s Center for Business and Economic Analysis, citing the state’s already low tax burden and relatively inexpensive cost of living.

CHEYENNE — A freshman Wyoming legislator suggested Wednesday that there are two sides to the history of American slavery, and that Black Americans are “stuck” in a mentality he called “worse than slavery itself.”

As Wyoming’s COVID-19 crisis reaches a fever pitch, the Wyoming Republican Party’s governing body has passed a resolution calling on Gov. Mark Gordon to rescind his declaration of a state of emergency.

INTERSTATE 80 — On his weekly runs across the U.S., commercial truck driver Medi Agha is doing his best to stay in social isolation. When he reaches a truck stop, like the Petro Stopping Center on the western edge of Laramie — where he spoke to WyoFile on Saturday — he tries to get in and ou…

What should one make of the following set of facts? A federal government, urged on by self-designated advocates for the “public interest,” blocks for 25 years the availability of a product that would improve Americans’ health, lower consumer costs and deliver a host of environmental benefits…

Back in October, Wyoming first lady Jennie Gordon released a video announcing her new campaign to end childhood hunger. From the 10-yard line of the University of Wyoming’s beloved football field, she explains that there are roughly 23,000 hungry kids in Wyoming. The camera pulls back to rev…

Far fewer grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem were captured, killed or confirmed dead by wildlife managers in 2019 than in the previous year, according to recently released state and federal reports.

The American Journalism Project has selected WyoFile as one of 11 civic news organizations to receive its inaugural round of grant funding in a $50 million nationwide initiative to combat the market-driven collapse of local news, organizers announced Tuesday.

Uinta County residents confronted their county commissioners last week over the Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facility proposed for outside Evanston, on the same day that Gov. Mark Gordon said the controversial plan is local officials’ call.

Early one morning not long ago, I rose from a chair on my porch in Bethesda, Maryland, to gaze at a row of tall trees that borders the back of our yard. The insistent kuk kuk kuk of a pileated woodpecker had drawn my attention away from my morning newspaper and cup of tea. Suddenly, a flash …