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WellDog Field Photo (Courtesy of Facebook)
WellDog Field Photo (Courtesy of Facebook)
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Laramie Company Develops New Aquifer Monitoring Process [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Education is seeking a waiver from certain requirements of the federal “No Child Left Behind Law.” Doug Randall has the details. WellDog, headquartered in Laramie, says it has developed a new way of using downhole pressure sensors to monitor aquifer integrity in coal seam gas (CSG) fields and reduce the impact of CSG exploration.  Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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South Pine Creek (Mark Gocke, Wyoming Game and Fish Department)
South Pine Creek (Mark Gocke, Wyoming Game and Fish Department)
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Game and Fish Expands Burn Ban [AUDIO]

Because of drought conditions, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is expanding its ban on open fires to include all land owned and administered by the department. Doug Randall reports.  At least three people were hospitalized, and two horses are dead, following a post-parade crash just west of Casper Tuesday. Kevin Koile reports from Casper.  Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of Facebook)
(Courtesy of Facebook)
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WyHy FCU Hosts Cheyenne Document Destruction Day

WyHy Federal Credit Union has teamed up with A Thru Z Document Destruction to provide a free document shredding service to all WyHy members and Cheyenne residents this Saturday July 14th. The event will be held at WyHy’s Cheyenne branch at 1715 Stillwater Avenue.

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U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis
U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis
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Rep. Lummis Urges Repeal of ACA [AUDIO]

Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) joined members of the house Tuesday voicing their support for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Trial is set for a Cheyenne man accused of killing two people and critically wounding a third at his house last summer. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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3rd Annual Cheyenne Neighborhood Night Out

Hundreds of residents took advantage of the great weather and attended various block parties during Tuesday’s  3rd annual “Neighborhood Night Out” sponsored by the Cheyenne Police Department. The Event is designed to help people get to know their neighbors and the police officers. One of the biggest gatherings was at Holliday Park.

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Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips
Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips
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Phillips Sides With Central Wyoming College On Funding [AUDIO]

Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips says Central Wyoming College in Riverton can use state funds as it pays for the initial costs of a new Health and Science Education building. Doug Randall reports.
June visitation to Yellowstone National Park in was very good. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Fire Fighter on Arapaho Fire (Inciweb/Justin Cowger)
Fire Fighter on Arapaho Fire (Inciweb/Justin Cowger)
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Weather Helps Fire Fighters Get Ahead of Wildfires [AUDIO]

Rain and cooler weather has helped the fight against wildfires burning in Wyoming.
The U.S.  Department of Agriculture has declared several Wyoming counties eligible for federal disaster assistance because of drought conditions. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Fire Fighters working fire line on Fontenelle Fire (Courtesy of US Forest Service)
Fire Fighters working fire line on Fontenelle Fire (Courtesy of US Forest Service)
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Progress Made on Fontenelle Fire [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality is considering whether to allow an Australian company to build an underground coal gasification demonstration facility outside of  Wright, Wyoming. Doug Randall reports. The 64,000 acre Fontenelle fire burning on the Bridger Teton National Forest about 18 miles west of Big Piney is now 62 percent contained. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Bears In Yellowstone (Courtesy Yellowstone /facebook)
Bears In Yellowstone (Courtesy Yellowstone /facebook)
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Yellowstone Available on Social Media Sites

Yellowstone National Park can now be found on several popular social media sites. spokesman Dan Hottle says the park has decided on Twitter, Facebook, flickr and You Tube. Hottle says blog posts, podcasts, photos and video will be more readily available as well as information posted daily about wildlife viewing safety, road closures and other information to help visitors to the park. Hottle says within the first few days of launching its facebook page, likes for Yellowstone numbered nearly 40,000.

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