Lummis Applauds SOTUS Decision Striking Down Student Debt Transfer

Washington, D.C. (RELEASE from Senator Lummis) June 30, 2023 — U.S. Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) released the following statement in response to the Supreme Court’s 6–3 ruling that President Biden’s student debt bailout is unconstitutional. The $400 billion debt transfer from loan holders to Wyoming taxpayers would have been one of the most expensive executive actions in American history. “Asking […] Continue Reading

Brucellosis Confirmed in Wyoming Cattle

Sweetwater County, Wyo. (RELEASE from Wyoming Livestock Board) June 20, 2023 — The Wyoming State Veterinarian received confirmation from the National Veterinary ServicesLaboratory, Ames, Iowa, that seven cattle originating in a herd from Sweetwater County,Wyoming, were positive for brucellosis. The brucellosis positive cattle, also known as reactors, were initially identified at the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory (WSVL) in Laramie. The […] Continue Reading

732 Mile Transmission Line Begins Construction in Wyoming

Rawlins, Wyo. June 20, 2023 — Construction has begun on a 732 mile transmission line that will carry power from south-central Wyoming to Nevada. The TransWest Express Transmission Project is a new high-voltage transmission line that begins in the largest wind farm in North America – the Chokecherry and Sierra Madre Wind Project in Carbon County, WY. The line will […] Continue Reading

Wyoming Inmate Escapes from Wyoming Honor and Conservation Camp in Weston County

Cheyenne, Wyo. (RELEASE from WDOC) June 6, 2023 — The Wyoming Department of Corrections has reported that John E. Handy 34320 escaped from Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Forestry work Crew in Weston County, WY on June 5, 2023. On the morning of June 5, 2023, three Forestry Work Details left the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp. Two details had ten inmates […] Continue Reading