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Today's Wyoming hunting, tomorrow's heritage at risk

Here in the Cowboy State, hunting isn’t just a pastime, it’s a way of life. And for generations the dirt under our fingernails and the game in our freezers has come from our world class public lands. So, when there are plans to drill in our most...


Making one's voice heard

A plethora of campaign signs representing numerous candidates all vying for the public’s vote marks the coming of election day through what has blossomed into more appropriately noted, another election season. Held with a similar dismay that I...

 By Josh Coursey    Opinion    April 4, 2018

Seeking land lease deferrals

For nearly 20 years, a coalition of southwestern Wyoming citizens – hunters, anglers, drillers, miners and hikers – have been working tirelessly to protect one of our state’s most beloved places: Greater Little Mountain Area. Yet, years of...


Grouse management gives westerners what they want

One year ago this month, the Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell stood on a stage flanked by Republican Governor Matt Mead of Wyoming and Democratic Governor Steve Bullock of Montana. They were joined by ranchers, conservationists and other...

 By Josh Coursey    Opinion    June 17, 2015

This land is your land, this land is my land

Five years ago the Wyoming legislature adopted the Code of the West as the official State Code. Number nine of the ten articles spelled out in this code implore all Wyomingites to “Remember that some things are not for sale.” I mention this with...


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