Laramie, Wyo. – The National Park Service is hosting a two-day meeting in Mammoth Hot Springs this week that will outline new ideas for the country's park system.
A national commission will hold the third of five meetings in Yellowstone through Wednesday. Spokesman Mike Bento says the goal is to form a vision for the Park System's second century of operation. He says many things have changed since Yellowstone became the nation's first national park more than 100 years ago.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – A bill that would let Wyoming voters decide whether to amend the state constitution to deny state recognition of same-sex marriages performed elsewhere has been introduced in the House.
A similar bill has stalled in the Senate Education Committee.
Rep. Owen Petersen, R-Lyman, is the main sponsor of the House bill. He declined comment on it, saying he won't discuss it until it hits the floor.