An upcoming bus tour of Laramie and Centennial will showcase how Wyoming agriculture producers are using innovative ideas to add value to their operations. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department now has a feature on it’s web site allowing Wyoming Hunter Education students to print duplicate Hunter Education Cards online. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Laramie County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Gerry Luce said on Friday investigators have no new leads in their investigation into a hit and run incident which injured a 23 year old Nevada woman Wednesday afternoon. Luce did say, however, that the injured w
Despite lower than expected natural gas prices, Wyoming will finish fiscal year 2012 with revenues ahead of the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group’s (CREG) January forecast. Three Wyoming communities were recognized recently for their excellence in downtown revitalization. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The Seattle City Council is scheduled to consider a resolution on Tuesday opposing the development of coal export terminals in Washington State because of traffic, environmental and health concerns. The issue could impact exports of Wyoming coal to foreign countries, especially in Asia. Amy Richards has details. The U.S. Department of Agriculture will be contacting over 140,000 farmers over the next couple of weeks for surveys dealing with everything from crop acreage to livestock numbers. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Despite low numbers of reported West Nile Virus cases over the past couple of years, the Wyoming Department of Health is reminding residents to take steps to protect themselves as warmer weather arrives in Wyoming. Preparations are underway for the 10th annual Casper Marathon on Sunday. Race Director Eric Easton says there are several ways of registering for the marathon if you haven’t done so already. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Businessman Mike Olson has filed as a Republican for the open four year seat on the Laramie County Commission. Olson says he sees the Niobrara Oil Play as one of the major issues facing the county over the next few years, especially it’s impact on county infrastructure and water.
Teton County junior high and high school students are being surveyed about their sleeping habits. Amy Richards has a report. Ten percent of the jobs in Cody are directly connected to fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing, according to a new report from Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Opponents of natural gas drilling in the Wyoming Range want to buy an energy company’s drilling leases, but both sides appear to be waiting for the other to make the first move. Amy Richards reports. He really wanted to catch a walleye, but on April 22nd Jeff Kirk of Douglas reeled in a native fish that set a new state record. The 14.5 inch quillback carpsucker was just under 2 pounds with a nearly 10 inch girth. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Rick Keslar says he is running as a Republican for the open two year seat on the Laramie County Commission. Keslar is currently a Policy and Planning Analyst with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and has worked for the Wyoming State Highway Department and WYDOT for the past 37 years, experience which he says gives him a strong background in management and customer service.
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center has a series of meetings planned to update the public on three construction projects at the hospital, according to CRMC Senior Vice President David Squires. The first project is a new parking garage. Squires says that work is already underway and should be completed in August.
A report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation on Wednesday shows a growing number of children are living with their grandparents or other relatives other than their parents. Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Servi
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