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Rep. Andi Clifford Talks Indigenous Representation At Town Hall

Riverton Representative Andi Clifford held a town hall meeting at the Lander Public Library on Saturday. She spoke to a crowd of around 30 people, many of them Lander residents, about the challenges of being a Northern Arapaho woman in the Wyoming State Legislature.

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Wyoming Summer Music Festivals

Brace yourselves, Wyoming. Summer is coming. Plan your music schedule now!

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The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (WOGCC) has proposed a new rule that will encourage mineral development and reduce permit hoarding in the state. Wyoming is currently a first to file state, meaning the first operator to file for a drilling permit gets it. The common practice has flooded the commission with over 1,000 applications a month

U.S. energy-related CO2 emissions from 2005 to 2019
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Power producers still intend to move forward with coal plant retirements despite a Clean Power Plan replacement under the Trump Administration. S & P Global Market Intelligence spoke with several major utilities with pre-existing plans to retire coal capacity. Taylor Kuykendall, a co-author, found the Affordable Clean Energy rule isn't changing anyone's minds.

Plains Indian Museum

The Nez Perce Tribe historically was a nomadic tribe that roamed the Plains. The tribe is known for their use of color in beadwork using both geometric and floral designs. 


Buffalo Bill Museum, Garlow Collection

Although the Pony Express only lasted for about a year and half, the mail service has become synonymous with the Old West. The story of riders delivering mail from Saint Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California in ten to eleven days at the time was the fastest a letter was ever delivered before electronic communication. 

The Modern West 52: Gone Fishin'

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Nothing says summer like fishing.

Andi Clifford

Riverton Representative Andi Clifford held a town hall meeting at the Lander Public Library on Saturday. She spoke to a crowd of around 30 people, many of them Lander residents, about the challenges of being a Northern Arapaho woman in the Wyoming State Legislature.

BLM Headquarters Moving To Colorado

Jul 15, 2019

The Bureau of Land Management is officially relocating its headquarters to the Mountain West. That’s according to an announcement by Colorado Senator Cory Gardner.

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing 11,000 miles of fuel breaks throughout our region to help combat the spread of wildfires.

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Wyoming has announced a new partnership with Japan focusing on carbon technology research.

Public Domain

Archeologists and other scientists will gather at an important prehistoric mining site in Southeastern Wyoming today. The researchers hope to learn more about the area’s earliest human inhabitants.

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Should individuals be asked if they are citizens of the United States on census forms? Why or why not?

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Grand Teton Music Festival 2019 Season

Recorded live at Walk Festival Hall in Teton Village airing Thursday nights at 8:00 p.m. on Wyoming Public Radio and Classical Wyoming.

Celebrating Wyoming Suffrage And Beyond

Wyoming Public Media honors the 150th anniversary women's right to vote.

Wyoming Sounds

Great music on the western edge! We provide many music genres including Americana, along with Wyoming and regional musicians.

Classical Wyoming

Classical programming brings listeners some of the most beautiful music in the world. Drawn from the heart of the Classical and Romantic repertoires, our programs create the perfect radio companion.

HumaNature Podcast

What happens when a person steps out the front door and comes face to face with the wild world? Find out on our award-winning show where humans and our habitat meet.

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The State Department said it has issued sanctions to four top military leaders in Myanmar over what it called "gross human rights violations" during the "ethnic cleansing" of the Rohingya Muslim minority.

Scientists are beginning to understand why Alzheimer's disease affects more women than men, and why the disease seems to progress more quickly in women's brains.

The explanation appears to involve social, biological, and genetic differences, researchers reported Tuesday at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Los Angeles.

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