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20 May 2016
Bondurant, Wyoming, United States
Growing wolf populations in Wyoming are forcing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to make hard decisions about culling the endangered species in order to preserve local wildlife and livestock.
28 August 2015
Wind River Reservation, Wyoming, United States
By some estimates, sexual assault on U.S. Indian reservations is the worst in the world with one in three Native women assaulted during their lifetime. But nine courageous women at Wind River Reservation are trying a ...
5 June 2015
Dixon, Wyoming, United States
These days, most rural communities in the U.S. are elderly communities - 15 percent of Wyoming’s population is over 65 and a high percentage of them live on ranches in small towns. New caregiver programs allow seniors...
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