Mark Gordon

A photo taken on July 3, 2011 of the Wyoming state sign.
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Wyoming is set to further ease restrictions on businesses and public gatherings throughout the state, starting Jun.1.

On May 27, Gov. Mark Gordon announced updated public health orders that will allow outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people under regulated social distancing and sanitation measures.

The Wyoming state capitol building
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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Doctors say a shortage of testing capacity is making it harder for health officials in Wyoming to determine how many people have been infected with coronavirus.

Mark Gordon's headshot
Mark Gordon / GordonforWyoming

Wyoming's governor says his state has enough savings to take time and be thoughtful about future spending cuts amid declining revenue from fossil fuels.

Mark Gordon's headshot
Mark Gordon / GordonforWyoming

Wyoming's governor has announced plans to allocate additional funding for an investigation into the state's largest utility.

Wyoming Department of Health

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A legislative committee has advanced a bill that allows Gov. Mark Gordon to explore expanding the Medicaid program in Wyoming.

Vaping devices sitting next to their product box.
John Adams / Montana Free Press

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming has recorded its first two cases of vaping-related illnesses.

Left to right: Lill Erickson, Roger and Betsy Indreland and Chris Mehus on the Indreland Ranch north of Big Timber, MT, May 09, 2019.
Rachel Cramer / Yellowstone Public Radio

The Earth passed a new threshold this week — an observatory in Hawaii clocked the highest levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide in human history. A number of studies say CO2 is part of what’s driving higher temperatures, drought and longer fire seasons in the West. Now ranchers in Montana are testing out a new program that’s trying to put some of that carbon back in the ground.