Laramie, WY – Frontier Airlines says it might be able to work with the University of Wyoming and other colleges to restore travel benefits for large groups.
UW's athletic department started using other airlines when Frontier cancelled its group travel desk as part of its bankruptcy filings. The move will force UW to pay tens of thousands of dollars more during the upcoming travel season.
Frontier's Andrea Tollar says the corporate office decided that its group travel desk didn't bring in enough revenue.
Laramie, WY – The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks says one way to help bison is to hunt them. Spokeswoman Melissa Frost says that's not what you might expect, but she thinks it's true: "We've seen it in Elk or ducks in the United States where if you have sportsmen and women on board supporting a species, then they can contribute to the long term conservation of that species."
Laramie, Wyo. – Wyoming continues to have a high percentage of women who smoke during pregnancy.
That's according to the latest kids count data from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The foundation's William O'Hare says Wyoming has the second-worst rate for smoking during pregnancy in the country, even though the rate has decreased in recent years.