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Cow Camp Fire (Courtesy of Medicine Bow National Forest)
Cow Camp Fire (Courtesy of Medicine Bow National Forest)
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Cow Camp Fire Grows To 3500 Acres

Burning in grass, brush and mixed conifer, the Cow Camp Fire in North Albany County continues to grow and is now estimated at over 3,500 acres. It continues to be driven by swirling winds, dry fuels and above average temperatures.

The fire is approximately five miles southeast of Laramie Peak and is currently burning on the Medicine Bow National Forest and private lands.  State lands are also in close proximity.

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mule deer and a rig (Courtesy of BLM)
mule deer and a rig (Courtesy of BLM)
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Money Set Aside For Habitat Improvement for Platte Valley Mule Deer Herd

Improving habitat for mule deer was the topic of a recent meeting in Saratoga in which the public was informed of a plan by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to address declining numbers of mule deer in the Platte Valley.

At the meeting, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Dir

Gov. Mead at China Conference (Courtesy of Wyoming Governor's Office)
Gov. Mead at China Conference (Courtesy of Wyoming Governor's Office)
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Gov. Mead at Coal Conference in China

At the opening of an international coal conference in China, Governor Matt Mead said Wyoming is eager to capitalize on attracting diversified economic opportunities that add value to diversified natural resources.

Governor Mead is in Shaanxi Provin

County Commission Candidate Don Threewitt
County Commission Candidate Don Threewitt
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Don Threewitt Seeks 2 Year Laramie County Commission Seat

Donald Threewitt, who currently serves as the Commercial Leasing Manager for the Office of State Lands and Investments, for the State of Wyoming, is seeking the Republican nomination for the two year seat on the Laramie County Commission.

Threewitt says there is no doubt that Cit

Col. John Butler (Courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol)
Col. John Butler (Courtesy of Wyoming Highway Patrol)
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Butler Named New Head of Wyoming Highway Patrol

Lt. Col. John Butler of Cheyenne has been selected to become the next administrator of the Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP).

Butler, a 27-year Highway Patrol veteran, is being promoted to the rank of colonel. He officially began his new duties Tuesday, becoming the 12th person to head the Patrol since its formation in 1933.  Butler replaces Col. Jess Oyler, who retired at end of 2011 and Butler had served as interim Patrol administrator since then. A formal pinning ceremony to mark’s Butler’s promotion will be scheduled for June.

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Vosler Road Fire (Courtesy of Laramie County Fire District #2)
Vosler Road Fire (Courtesy of Laramie County Fire District #2)
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Fire Destroys Home on Vosler Road

A fire destroyed a house at 5012 Vosler Place in the early Saturday morning  May 26th.

The City of Cheyenne Fire & Rescue responded to a call at approximately 3:15 AM from a nearby resident reporting the smell of smoke. When city fire arrived on scene the house, which is located in the county, was fully engulfed in fire.

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(Courtesy of Wyoming Democratic Party)
(Courtesy of Wyoming Democratic Party)
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Wyoming Democrats Hold Convention in Laramie [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Democratic Party convention begins today in Laramie. Doug Randall reports.  A series of workshops in southeast Wyoming and the Big Horn basin wrapped up this spring, helping agriculture producers learn about mitigating risk in their operations. business reporter Sharon Fain has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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U.S. Capitol (Courtesy of Architecht of the Capitol/Wikipedia)
U.S. Capitol (Courtesy of Architecht of the Capitol/Wikipedia)
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Casper Man Challenges Rep. Cynthia Lummis [AUDIO]

Casper Democrat Chris Henrichsen announced he will run against incumbent Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of  Representatives. Doug Randall has more on that story. They Wyoming Business Council reviewed 36 grant applications during it’s meeting this week in Pinedale. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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