Hill Concerned About Over-Testing
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill says she is concerned that tests designed to evaluate the academic progress of Wyoming students are getting out of hand.
Electronics Essential For College Students [AUDIO]
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Electronics have become essential for academic success for college students. Jack Wayman of the Consumer Electronics Association has a rundown of the latest in electronic aids for students. The University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service is advising using repellents t…
Extreme Drought Conditions Cover Parts of Wyoming [AUDIO]
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The U.S. Drought Monitor says extreme drought conditions now cover much of southern and eastern Wyoming after a dry august. Doug Randall reports. The Sheridan VA Medical Center in partnership with other agencies will host a homeless veterans stand down in Casper Thursday. Click pas…
State Forestry: Drought Conditions Mean Use Extra Caution
(Courtesy of Wyoming State Forestry)
With drought conditions at an extreme, residents are asked to take extra care when recreating to help prevent wildland fires in the state. The Wyoming State Forestry division says this year, close to 500,000 acres have burned in Wyoming. Many of these fires have b…
Medicine Bow Tree Clearing May Cause Delays [AUDIO]
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The number of out-of-state businesses looking at locating in Wyoming has increased markedly over the past fiscal year. Amy Richards reports. Forest visitors traveling on the Hog Park Road in the Medicine Bow National Forest may encounter delays. Click past…

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