The driver of an SUV involved in a crash with a covered wagon that injured three people and killed two horses has been charged. Kevin Koile has a report. Volunteers are needed to serve as jurors for mock trials which get underway Friday at the University of Wyoming College of Law. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
An official with the state Department of Worker’s Compensation says employers in Wyoming can now have voluntary inspections done to identify possible workplace safety hazards as well as possible solutions.
Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while it is true the city’s new Unified Development Code does increase costs for some local businesses, many of the changes from the old city code reflect what members of the public told the city they would like to see in terms of development in Cheyenne.
Amy Richards has a report on how you can use household greywater as an alternative water source for landscapes. The Medicine Bow-Routt Resource Advisory Committee is accepting proposals for funding for natural resource projects through August 31, according to spokesman Aaron Voos. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says additional funding and other assistance will be provided by the USDA to help agriculture producers deal with the drought conditions that have struck much of the nation. Members of the University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council and the Advanced Conversion Technologies Task Force will meet this month in Laramie. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
An official with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says employers can now apply online for money to improve their workplace safety. Andrea Hixon says the program was created by the state legislature earlier this year. I
The 17th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is coming up on Saturday in Cheyenne. Race co-chair Nancy Knaub says 75 percent of the net proceeds stay in Wyoming. The Wyoming Business Council is offering a public training session for anyone interested in learning more about the Business Ready Communities Community Facilities Grant and Loan Program. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Cheyenne City Councilwoman Amber Ash says even though she’s heard a fair amount of criticism of the city’s new Unified Development Code from businesses and developers who say it increases their costs, other council members apparently haven’t–and as a result, there is little support on the council to repeal the code, which took effect in April.
The Wyoming Safety Improvement Fund is now accepting applications from employers for workplace safety contracts. Amy Richards reports. Governor Matt Mead says with the state already having had 19 large fires so far this year and the fire season not over yet, it’s impossible to estimate what the final cost of fighting fires in the state this summer will be. But he says it will certainly be “quite significant”. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News
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