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Bison, Elk To Be Driven From Refuge [AUDIO]
The Laramie Police Department has spoken out against an unofficial bike ride/pub crawl that has become a tradition at the end of the school year. Any elk or bison remaining on the National Elk Refuge will son be driven off to preserve forage for next winter, according  to Refuge Biologist Eric …
State Nearing Coal Milestone [AUDIO]
A prescribed burn in the Medicine Bow National Forest didn't burn as much as the U.S. Forest Service had hoped. The state of Wyoming will celebrate it's 10 billionth ton of coal mined sometime this month. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Wolf Meetings Scheduled [AUDIO]
Sweetwater County's Search and Rescue Team has joined the search for a fisherman from Jackson missing on Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Bruce Dougherty has a report. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has scheduled a series of meetings around the state this month to get input on wolf management and…
UW Commencement Speakers Announced [AUDIO]
Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis says calls to reduce the use of hydrocarbon fuels don't take into account the progress that has been made in recent years in clean fuel technology. The University of Wyoming has announced it's speakers for commencement ceremonies coming up later this mo…
Renewal Of Elk Feedground Permit Recomended [AUDIO]
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that a Colorado woman had filed against a Roman Catholic church in Casper. Rich Denison has a report. The U.S. Forest Service is recommending the renewal of a permit for an elk feed ground in northwestern Wyoming. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio New…
Environmental Review On Fire Plan Aproved [AUDIO]
The Environmental Review work needed to update Yellowstone National Park's plan to guide fire management has been approved. Amy Richards has a report. A Cheyenne Medical Doctor has announced plans to run for Governor in 2014. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Foresters To Meet In Laramie [AUDIO]
A Mills woman is admitting that she created and sent pornographic images of children. Kevin Koile reports. The Colorado-Wyoming Society of American Foresters will hold their annual meeting this weekend in  Laramie. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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