• Sports

    Cowgirls dominate New Mexico State 7-0

    The Cowgirl tennis team (12-3 overall) won its third straight match with a 7-0 victory against the New Mexico State Aggies on Thursday afternoon. With a 7-0 win at home, it’s the most single-season home [...]
  • News

    Mead vetoes gun bill

    Gov. Matt Mead vetoed house bill 137 on Mar. 14, a bill that would have allowed Wyomingites to carry firearms at local government meetings. In a statement released to Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray, [...]
  • No Picture

    “What Would Crazy Horse Do?”

    The regional premier of “What Would Crazy Horse Do?” a play put on by Relative Theatrics centering on questions of race, preservation and relationships opens this week at the Gryphon Theatre. “What Would Crazy Horse [...]
  • News

    Teton County denies raid rumors

    Last Monday the Jackson police department and Teton County sheriff’s office issued an open letter to the community assuring them that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had no intentions of a raid and that local [...]
  • Sports

    UW shines at Fum McGraw Open

    Wyoming men and women’s track and field teams excelled over the weekend and came out winners in two of three duals at the Fum McGraw Open on March 25 in Fort Collins. The Cowboys and [...]