Governor Matt Mead has named the Board of Directors for the Wyoming Lottery Corporation, which will set up a lottery in Wyoming. Doug Randall has the details. The 2013 drawing for resident elk and resident and non resident deer and antelope licenses are now done, but the Wyoming Game and Fish Department says there are a number of leftover licenses. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
The Wyoming Business Council's leadership has received awards noting support of military spouses. Amy Richards reports. The USDA's acreage report shows winter wheat producers have planted more acres than expected. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
State Schools Superintendent Cindy Hill says she wants to make sure her rights are protected if a legislative investigation is launched into her administration of the Wyoming Department of Education. A former hospital CEO who went overseas before being tried on charges of defrauding his employers has been returned to the U.S. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Those involved in Wyoming education say the business background of Gov. Matt Mead's selection to head the Wyoming Department of education should be an asset. A partial fire ban will be in effect throughout Natrona County in advance of the July 4th holiday. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
WYDOT officials advise motorists in the Cheyenne area that chip seal season is underway on state roadways. The Capital City's own Knife River Corporation is the contractor for the work which will continue into early August...
Park County Attorney Bryan Skoric hasn't decided yet whether to seek the death penalty against two 19-year-olds accused of a triple homicide in Clark in March. The Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded $29 million for three highway projects during their June meeting in Cheyenne. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
School officials in Sweetwater County are considering cutting the hours of more than 500 part-time workers to avoid providing them health insurance. Doug Randall reports. The state has a big job in taking over the investigation into drinking water contamination for folks living east of Pavillion, according to a spokeswoman for the Wyoming Outdoor Council. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
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