Wyoming Governor, Korean Consul General Honor Wyoming’s ‘Forgotten War’ Veterans in Casper…
Over 40 medals were given to veterans -- or, for veterans who couldn't travel or have passed away, their family members -- during the ceremony.
Judge Dismisses Capitol Square Lawsuit Against Wyoming Governor, Legislative Leadership
The suit claimed that Gov. Mead and legislative leaders improperly awarded contracts for the project, with a price tag of roughly $300 million.
Wyoming’s First Youth Voter Summit to be Held in Laramie
Expert panels will address the relationship between civic education, civic participation and youth participation in the political process as well as how the changing media landscape impacts youth perceptions of politics.
Threat To State Facilities, Schools Deemed Not Credible
The threat was an apparent hoax.
Wyoming Governor Announces Recreational Shooting Initiatives
According to a press release from the governor's office, the Open Ranges Initiative will foster locally-led partnerships to make public shooting ranges more accessible in Wyoming.
Governor Mead Continues Funding for Veteran Tuition Program
According to the Governor's press release issued Wednesday, the program provided tuition assistance to 162 veterans at Wyoming's seven community colleges and the University of Wyoming.
Western Governors Offer Free Camping Trip For Families
Governor Matt Mead along with Governors of other western states in celebration of Great Outdoors Month 2016 and the Centennial of the National Park Service will be awarding some lucky families one heck of a free camping trip. Families from the "Western Governors" states are eligibl…
Wyoming Governor Says No To Refugee Process In Wyoming-But Cannot Refuse
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead stated earlier today that Wyoming will not accept a system that allows terrorists to slip through the cracks.