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Wyoming Mask Mandate Removed Starting March 16, More Businesses Return to Normal

Wyoming’s mask order, along with public health orders for bars, restaurants, theaters and gyms, will be rescinded starting March 16, Governor Mark Gordon announced on Monday. However, face coverings will still be required in K-12 schools. “I thank the people…

Senator Cynthia Lummis weighs in on her first month in office

◆ “It is going to be a strong America that emerges from these difficult times.” Mere weeks after taking office, United States Senator Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyoming) discussed legislative activities in Washington D.C. with Duke Dance of the SVI Radio Network…

Greybull resident dies in crash north of Worland

On June 17, 2020, a fatal crash occurred around milepost 169 on US 20 north of Worland, Wyoming.  At 6:18 a.m., Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers were notified of a motor vehicle collision. A 2006 Jeep Liberty was headed southbound on…

Wyoming ranks 49th in “Sinful States” methodology

Using 47 key indicators of immorality, WalletHub.com has compiled a list of the most “Sinful” and least “Sinful” states in the union. Using data such as drug use and gambling to smoking and drinking, Wyoming ranks 49th for the most…

Town of Cokeville to celebrate Pioneer Day this weekend

By Richelle Primm, SVI Media   Cokeville will be celebrating its Pioneer Day Celebration on July 19-20 with the theme, “Leave a Legacy–Stand for the Truth.” The two-day celebration will kick off with the youth rodeo Friday morning starting at…

Celebrate Wyoming Pride on 307 day (March 7)

Few places motivate state pride as effectively as Wyoming. From border to border, Wyomingites unify to celebrate the state’s epic landscapes, adventures and community. March 7, otherwise known as 307 Day,  encourages residents to share their love for Wyoming on…

Wyoming named in “52 Places to Go in 2019”

Women’s empowerment and western charm led to Wyoming’s recognition as one of the top destinations to visit in The New York Times “52 Places to Go in 2019.” The announcement came shortly after the Wyoming Office of Tourism kicked off…

Governor asks for $21 million to diversify economy, protect wildlife and ag lands and help communities

Governor Mark Gordon has requested that $21 million be added to the supplemental budget to launch coal-based generation technology, protect wildlife and state lands from invasive species and predation, and better support local governments. Governor Gordon is scheduled to testify…

Wyoming Governor outlines his vision for seizing the future

Laying out his vision for Wyoming in his first inaugural address, Governor Mark Gordon called for fiscal prudence, growing communities rather than government, and a focus on innovation for the future. Governor Gordon took the oath on his family’s Bible…

Public Meeting Scheduled for Porcupine Landslide

*The following is a press release from the Bridget-Teton National Forest* Alpine, Wyo., March 13, 2018 – The Bridger-Teton National Forest will hold a public meeting to answer questions on the Porcupine landslide which is affecting the Greys River Road, (FS…