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Wyoming rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Wyoming. Common rental types found in Wyoming are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Wyoming where housing rentals are found are Devils Tower , Jackson Hole , Medicine Bow , Oregon Trail , Yellowstone .Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Wyoming.

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      Wyoming State Information
Wyoming is in the Western United States. Wyoming has 10th rank in size among the United States. The state total area is 97,818 sq mi. State total population is 544,270 in 2009 estimation. In population wise the state has 50th rank in the US. Wyoming is the least populous state in the US. Wyoming State bordered on the north by Montana, east by South Dakota and Nebraska, south by Colorado and Utah and west by Utah, Idaho and Montana. State total boundary length is 1,269 mi. Wyoming contains a number of specific areas that are under the management of the National Park Service and other agencies. The state has 10,995,000 acres of forest land of 5,739,000 acres are usable as commercial timberland. Wyoming nickname is The Equality State and The Cowboy State. The State capital and largest city is Cheyenne. English is the official language of the Wyoming State. The state has semi-arid continental climate. Agriculture is also important component of Wyoming's economy. It is the essential part of Wyoming's culture and lifestyle. Agriculutre is the one of the most important industry in Wyoming. Cattle ranchers have also dominated the economy in Wyoming.

      Wyoming Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Wyoming has two national parks. They are Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Yellowstone National Park receives three million visitors in each year. It is the oldest and largest national park in the US. The key tourist attractions in Wyoming include Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Devils Tower National Monument and Fossil Butte National Monument. Wyoming has got lot of attractions. You can visit the Black Hills National Forest where the annual Sundance Film Festival is held. The state has no major league professional sports teams. Skiing is also a major sport in Wyoming. Wyoming has major teams like Casper Ghosts, minor league baseball, Wyoming Cavalry, American Indoor Football Association, University of Wyoming and has also got some teams in football, basketball, swimming, diving, soccer, golf, wrestling, tennis, volleyball, track and field sports.

      Wyoming State Demographics
Wyoming total population - 493,782
Wyoming male population - 248,374
Wyoming female population - 245,408
Wyoming white population - 454,670
Wyoming black population - 3,722
Wyoming American Indian and Alaska Native - 11,133
Wyoming Asian population - 2,771
Wyoming Hispanic or Latino population - 31,669

      Wyoming School Information
The State Board of Education sets the Wyoming state educational policies. Wyoming has one public four-year institution i.e University of Wyoming in Laramie. There are no private colleges or universities. Wyoming has seven community colleges. The constitution prohibits the state from establishing curriculum and text book selections. Studies have shown that Wyoming college graduates have a much larger earning potential than non-graduates. Wyoming government is helping to subsidize a higher education which is the percentage income it takes a family to send one of its members to school. Wyoming has Wyoming School for the Deaf is the only in-state school dedicated to supporting deaf students.

Wyoming State Symbols
Wyoming State nickname - Equality State

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Wyoming State Flag
Wyoming State Slogan
Forever West
Wyoming State Song

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Wyoming State Motto
Equal Rights
Wyoming State Fossil
Wyoming State Mammal

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Wyoming State Fish
Cutthroat trout
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Indian Paintbrush
Wyoming State Reptile
Horned lizard

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Plains Cottonwood
Wyoming State Soil
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Western Meadowlark

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Wyoming State Dinosaur

      Wyoming State History
Wyoming was inhabited by several Native American groups. The first Europeans to visit Wyoming were French Canadian traders. John Colter is the first white man known to have entered present Wyoming. In 1807 John Colter traversed much of the northwestern part of the state. He explored the Yellowstone area and brought back news of its geysers and hot springs. Robert Stuart and a party of five men returning from Astoria discovered and pioneered the Oregon Trail across Wyoming in 1812. On 1868, July 25th the Federal government established the Wyoming Territory. In 1867 Railroad towns such as Cheyenne, Laramie, Rawlins, Rock Springs and Evanston sprang up as the transcontinental railroad leapfrogged across the region. On December 10th 1869 the first territorial legislature distinguished itself passing a women's suffrage act. Wyoming women became the first in the nation to obtain the right to vote. Wyoming was also the home of other firsts for U.S. women in politics. Wyoming State is the first state in the Union to elect a female governor. On July 10th 1890 the United States admitted Wyoming into the Union as the 44th state. Wyoming became a state in 1890 but growth remained slow.

      Wyoming State Tourist Information
Tourism industry is the main driver behind Wyoming's economy. The tourism and travel industry supports over 32,300 jobs. The state attractions are open in almost all the year. The state has two national parks. They are Yellowstone and Grand Teton. Yellowstone National Park is the oldest and largest national park in the US. It receives three million visitors in each year. Wyoming has got lot of attractions that you can visit. They are Black Hills National Forest where the annual Sundance Film Festival is held. The key tourist attractions in Wyoming include Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Devils Tower National Monument and Fossil Butte National Monument.

      Wyoming State Transportation
Transportation and tourism are main drivers in the Wyoming's economy. Jackson Hole Airport is the largest airport in Wyoming. The state has three interstate highways and thirteen US highways throug the Wyoming. Wyoming state highway system serves the state highways. Wyoming is served chiefly by the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe and Union Pacific railroads. Amtrak serves a passenger rail throughout the state.

      Wyoming Taxes
Wyoming State Tax Rate Range Low - High
Wyoming State Tax Income Brackets Lowest flat rate - Highest flat rate
Wyoming State Personal Exemptions Single - Married ? Dependents ?
Wyoming State Sales Tax Rate on Food 4.0%, on Prescription Drugs 0%, on Non-prescription Drugs 0%
Wyoming State Total Tax on Gasoline 14.0%, on Diesel Fuel 14.0%
Wyoming State Excise Tax Rates on Cigarettes Tax Rate 60( per pack)
Wyoming State Beer Excise Tax Rate $0.02($ per gallon)
Wyoming State Wine Excise Tax Rate ($ per gallon)

      Wyoming Universities
University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming - 13,203 Students
Casper College, Casper, Wyoming - 3,940 Students
Northwest College, Powell, Wyoming - 1,763 Students
Western Wyoming Community College, Pinedale, Wyoming - 3,506 Students
Eastern Wyoming College, Torrington, Wyoming - 1,252 Students
Laramie County Community College, Cheyenne, Wyoming - 4,426 Students

      Wyoming Religions
Wyoming Christian Population is 79%
Wyoming Protestant Population is 53%
Wyoming Lutheran Population is 8%
Wyoming Baptist Population is 8%
Wyoming Methodist Population is 6%
Wyoming Presbyterian Population is 4%
Wyoming Episcopal Population is 4%
Wyoming Other Protestant or general Protestant Population is 21%
Wyoming Roman Catholic Population is 16%
Wyoming LDS (Mormon) Population is 11%
Wyoming Jewish Population is 0%
Wyoming Other Religions Population is 1%
Wyoming Non-Religious Population is 18%

      Wyoming Counties
Albany County, Wyoming - Population 32,014
Big Horn County, Wyoming - Population 11,461
Campbell County, Wyoming - Population 33,698
Carbon County, Wyoming - Population 15,639
Converse County, Wyoming - Population 12,052
Crook County, Wyoming - Population 5,887
Fremont County, Wyoming - Population 35,804
Goshen County, Wyoming - Population 12,538
Hot Springs County, Wyoming - Population 4,882
Johnson County, Wyoming - Population 7,075
Laramie County, Wyoming - Population 81,607
Lincoln County, Wyoming - Population 14,573
Natrona County, Wyoming - Population 66,533
Niobrara County, Wyoming - Population 2,407
Park County, Wyoming - Population 25,786
Platte County, Wyoming - Population 8,807
Sheridan County, Wyoming - Population 26,560
Sublette County, Wyoming - Population 5,920
Sweetwater County, Wyoming - Population 37,613
Teton County, Wyoming - Population 18,251
Uinta County, Wyoming - Population 19,742
Washakie County, Wyoming - Population 8,289
Weston County, Wyoming - Population 6,644

      Wyoming State Government
Wyoming's constitution is devided into three branches. They are executive, legislative and judicial branches. Wyoming's State constitution was approved by the voters in November 1889 and accepted by Congress in 1890. The state's legislature consists of a 30-member senate and a 60-member house of representatives. Governor is the head of the executive branch. The Governor is elected for four-year term. The state's highest court is Supreme Court. It consists of a chief justice and 4 other justices. Wyoming State has 23 counties, 98 municipalities, 55 public school districts and 546 special districts and authorities.

      Wyoming State Economy
Agriculture is the major economic sector in Wyoming. Wyoming income is based on farming, manufacturing, mining, services and tourism. Wyoming's major agricultural top crops are livestock, hay, sugar beets, grain, and wool. In Wyoming around 91% of the land is confidential as rural. It is a cattle country; beef cattle are, by far, the main source of income in the state. In 1970s mining and petroleum are play main role in economy of Wyoming. Mining outputs of Wyoming are leading coal-producing state and a leader in the construction of petroleum and natural gas and Sodium carbonate. Total taxable standards of mining things in Wyoming for 2001 were over $6.7 billion. Wyoming's major manufactured product is soda ash. Wyoming's manufacturing outputs are raw materials, petroleum, metals, soft drinks and wood. The main services of Wyoming are community, personal, government, transportation, finance, insurance and business.

      Wyoming State Parks
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area - Fort Smith, MT,WY: Entrance Fees into Bighorn Canyon are $5.00 per day. California National Historic Trail - Various States, CA,CO,ID,KS,MO,NE,NV,OR,UT,WY: There are no Fees collected. Fort Laramie National Historic Site - Southeast Wyoming, WY: Entrance fees are $3.00 - Per adult. The park grounds are open from dawn until dusk every day of the year. Grand Teton National Park - Moose, WY: Entrance fees are $25.00 per seven days. John D Rockefeller Jr Memorial Parkway - Moose, WY: Entrance fees are $5.00 per day. Oregon National Historic Trail - Various States, ID,KS,MO,NE,OR,WY: Entrance and parking fees may be charged at some locations. Pony Express National Historic Trail - Various States, CA,CO,KS,MO,NE,NV,UT,WY: Entrance and parking fees may be charged at some locations. Yellowstone National Park - Yellowstone National Park, ID,MT,WY: The entrance fee is $25 for a private. This is open every day of the year. User Wyoming Comments

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