Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Supervisor Tom Doll has apologized for saying greed is motivating people in the Pavillion area who blame hydraulic fracturing for polluting the groundwater. Amy Richards reports. Being counted in the U.S.D.A. agriculture census every five years is both critical and required, according to Renee Picanso with the agency’s census and survey division. She says the forms will be sent out on December 28th, 2012. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says it looks like the city didn’t suffer any major damage from a severe summer storm which hit the area Wednesday night, in part because the city’s storm sewer system functioned well.
The Wyoming Board of Education will begin the process of reviewing student content and performance standards this month. Amy Richards reports. More than 30 high school sophomores are coming together in Cheyenne through this weekend for the 2012 Wyoming Hugh O’Brien Youth (HOBY) Leadership Conference. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Jim Applegate, a Cheyenne attorney and former state senator, has announced his candidacy as a Democrat for one of the four-year seats on the Laramie County Commission. He says one area where he differs from several other
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says winter whet is progressing well, with just a few exceptions. The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust will meet next week in Riverton to allocate funding for projects. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Cheyenne Animal Shelter Director Rick Collord says the recent confirmation of 5 cases of rabies in the Pine Bluffs area highlight how important it is for pet and livestock owners to make sure their animals are vaccinated against the disease.
Republican Laramie County Commission candidate Clare “Bud” Racicky says he wants to stress positive themes in his quest for public office. Racicky says he thinks most local officeholders–including current county commission members and Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen as well as the Cheyenne City Council–are basically doing a good job for the most part. Racicky does say he would like to see “more communication a
As lawmakers await the Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Senator John Barrasso says he wants to repeal the act and replace it with a patient-centered approach. A Wyoming company that wants to open a horse-slaughtering plant in Missouri is no longer considering a site in the community of Mountain Grove. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
U-S Senator Mike Enzi is encouraging college students and graduates to apply for an internship in his Washington D.C. office this fall. Amy Richards has a report. The Agriculture Department has come out with a new and more upbeat agricultural export forecast for this year. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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