Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi says although there has been remarkable progress for women since the passage of Title 9 40 years ago, but says America must not rest on past successes. Enzi says he sees real opportunities for women in technical fields such as engineering. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is hosting an employer information seminar in Riverton next week. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says a proposed Public Safety Building in the old Dinneen Car Dealership Building in downtown Cheyenne would help revitalize the downtown area, in addition to upgrading the building housing the Cheyenne Police Department, as well as several other organizations
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says Friday’s announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency clears the last hurdle to marketing e-15 to the public. Retailers will be allowed to market the 15 percent ethanol fuel as long as it is clearly labeled to prevent people from getting the wrong blend of fuel. On June 27th, the Wyoming First Program in partnership with the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, General Electric and the state of Wyoming will launch the Mobile Mammography Van. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says he is concerned about the potential for a severe summer fire season if Wyoming doesn’t get some significant moisture soon. The governor says the state will continue to be very aggressive in fighting wildfires over the summer months. The Abandoned Mine Lands Division of the Department of Environmental Quality will supervise installation of multiple safety features in the Carissa Gold Mine and Mill in South Pass City this summer. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Yellowstone National Park Rangers as well as state and federal transportation officials will conduct safety evaluations of commercial vehicles and operators traveling in the park throughout the summer season. The Wyoming Mining Association will hold their 57th annual convention June 20-22nd at Jackson Lake Lodge near Moran. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
An organization which is so new it does not yet have a formal name is looking for four people to serve on it’s board of directors, according to Leigh West, Vice President for Marketing at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
The National Science Foundation has chosen seven University of Wyoming Research projects that will use the National Center For Atmospheric Research (NCAR) supercomputing center in Cheyenne this fall. U-W Mathematics Professor Bryan Shader says the computational researchers are working on projects that are of great importance to Wyoming. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about a poaching incident near Sierra Trading Post in Cheyenne last month in which a pronghorn antelope was illegally killed. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The winter wheat crop will be higher this year than last year, according to surveys from the National Agricultural Statistics Service. With the Supreme Court expected to issue a ruling within the next couple of weeks on key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, several health insurance providers say they will continue offering certain provisions of the law, regardless of it’s legal fate. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and C-E-O Dale Steenburgen says surveys of chamber members as well as informal conversations he’s had with local business owners shows strong support for a couple of the items on the Laramie County sixth-penny sales tax ballot, while other proposals are drawing both positive and negative responses.
Rocky Mountain Power is asking for a rate increase for the sixth consecutive year, and the Wyoming Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing in Casper Friday to hear from ratepayers. Deborah Smith has a report. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says Wyoming teachers are becoming frustrated by the amount of standardized testing they must prepare students for. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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