Trevor Graff, Casper Star-Tribune

Trevor Graff

Casper Star-Tribune

Bismarck, ND, United States

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Past articles by Trevor:

Wyoming won't back down in wild horse lawsuit

Gov. Matt Mead won't back down after federal officials and wild horse advocates filled a motion to dismiss Wyoming's lawsuit to require what they consider proper management practices. → Read More

Wyoming lawmakers dispute ACA success on five-year anniversary

As federal officials celebrate the Affordable Care Act's fifth anniversary, Wyoming's representatives in Washington are continuing to work against what they consider broken policy. → Read More

Wyoming EMS officials work to improve ambulance safety for children

Wyoming health officials are working to make often critical ambulance rides safer for the state’s children. → Read More

Library board looks to Natrona County Commission on future of current facility

The decision to renovate the aging, undersized Natrona County Public Library will be left to county commissioners. → Read More

Wyoming ag producers examine roles with new state directors

Wyoming agricultural leaders are pointing to recent leadership changes among state agencies as an opportunity to clarify leadership roles and agency priorities. → Read More

Chugwater rancher takes over as national cattle industry leader

Philip Ellis, a fifth-generation rancher form Chugwater, is taking the reins of the nation's largest cattlemen's association. → Read More

Grazing fee increase a positive sign for Wyoming cattle industry

Wyoming ranchers are pointing to recent public lands grazing fee increases as a healthy impact of recent upturns in the cattle market. → Read More

Food freedom debate shifts to raw milk sales

Wyoming senators voted Tuesday against adding a raw milk restriction to the Wyoming Food Freedom Act, legislation that would ease some of the state's food regulations. → Read More

Data trespass bill passes Wyoming House

Members of the Wyoming House of Representatives gave final approval Monday to a bill making trespassing to collect data a crime. → Read More

Wyoming House advances powdered alcohol ban

Wyoming lawmakers are edging closer to prohibiting a new form of alcohol in the Cowboy State. → Read More

Data trespass debate questions tenor of historic Wyoming laws

Members of the Wyoming House of Representatives renewed debate over creating a new crime for those who trespass to collect resource data. → Read More

Wyoming officials warn farmers to prepare for farm bill changes

Federal agriculture officials are warning Wyoming farmers to prepare for upcoming farm bill safety-net filing deadlines. → Read More

Judge allows past evidence in case against Casper woman charged with burning infant

A Natrona County District Court judge decided Tuesday to allow prosecutors to introduce past evidence of child abuse in the case of a Casper woman accused of burning a baby's → Read More

Solutions are few in the wake of Medicaid expansion debate

Wyoming Senators are no longer focused on Medicaid expansion. But the issue isn't going away and concrete solutions seem hard to come by in the wake of the debate. → Read More

Health officials call measles outbreak in Wyoming unlikely

A recent outbreak of measles in California has Wyoming health officials on watch as cases spread across 17 states. → Read More

Northern Arapaho tribe's ACA suit advances in federal court

A federal court in Casper considered blocking an Internal Revenue Service rule that Northern Arapaho officials say could cause Native Americans to pay more for insurance or lose health care → Read More

Polling shows split among Wyomingites on federal control of public lands

While Wyoming legislators renew arguments for state control of federal lands, new polling shows Wyomingites are torn over what agency should control public lands. → Read More

Eastern Shoshone assert control over Wind River tribal assets

Eastern Shoshone tribal officials have asserted control over the Wind River Indian Reservation's jointly held assets, including those previously controlled by the Northern Arapaho tribe. → Read More

Veterans' skilled-nursing proposal advances in House

A proposal to build a skilled-nursing center for Wyoming veterans received initial approval Monday in the Wyoming House of Representatives. → Read More

The Wyoming Way: cowboy culture thrives in the 63rd Wyoming Legislature

Beyond the double doors that lead off the floor of the Wyoming House of Representatives sits a hat rack that personifies the state Capitol. → Read More