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WYDOT Narrows Search for Highway Patrol Leader

 

The Wyoming Highway Patrol will soon have a new leader.

Wyoming Department of Transportation Director John Cox says they received 19 applications for the position and have narrowed it down to three candidates, one internal.

Cox says they're looking for someone whose priorities are aimed towards the organization.

"What we're looking for as we move forward in

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Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
Joy Greenwald, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Celebrates 125th Anniversary

It was a party to remember Friday, as thousands gathered in Cheyenne to celebrate Wyoming's 125th Anniversary.

Wyoming, which became the 44th state to join the union on July 10, 1890, is known for many firsts. Wyoming was the first to grant women the right to vote, the first to ha

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Family photo, courtesy Teton County Sheriff’s Office
Family photo, courtesy Teton County Sheriff’s Office
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Family Credits Faith, Experience And Staying Put For Survival

The three Andrews-Sharer sisters observed the cardinal rule of wilderness survival when they got lost last week in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

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Ben A. Pruchnie, Getty Images
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UW Summer Programs Offering Discount Aerosmith Tickets and Shuttle Ride

If you still don't have tickets for the Aerosmith concert at CFD and you want to support the University of Wyoming, UW Summer Programs is offering a special discount on tickets and a shuttle ride from Laramie to the concert on the 22nd.

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The Most Popular Beer and Liquor in Wyoming

We feel good passing this kind of information along simply because of the over abundance of snooty scotch drinkers and whip cream, cotton candy, foo foo vodkas on the shelves as of late. Wyoming's most popular beer is Bud Light...and our most popular hard liquor is none other than Fireball. 

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Hunter and Outfitter Found Guilty of Poaching

Edward Mazur of Blakely, Pa. and Joseph Chaya of Shickshinny, Pa. were found guilty of poaching a mountain lion back in an incident that occurred on October 19, 2014. Mazur was on an outfitted elk hunting trip in Albany County with Timothy Millikin of Millikin Ranch Outfitters, based in Glendo

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Gonorrhea Outbreak Reported In Wyoming

A spokeswoman for the Wyoming Department of Health says officials are concerned about an increase in gonorrhea cases compared to last year.

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Torrington Trooper Beats Cancer

A Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper is back on the road after beating cancer.

After an eight and a half month battle with esophageal cancer, Torrington Trooper Mark Shinost returned to full duty status this week.

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Jaimel Blajszczak, Townsquare Media
Jaimel Blajszczak, Townsquare Media
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Celebrate Wyoming’s 125th Anniversary

Wyoming will celebrate 125 years of statehood on Friday.

The celebration begins at 3:00 p.m. with the early release of state employees.

Governor Matt Mead and other dignitaries will then speak from the capitol steps.

The days festivities will also include an exhibiti

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Jaimel Blajszczak, Townsquare Media
Jaimel Blajszczak, Townsquare Media
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The Ten Best Towns To Live in Wyoming

Most people tend to think their hometown is better than other parts of the state. Unless, of course, you grew up in Rock Springs, in which case you move away on your 18th birthday and tell people you're from Riverton

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Carlos Barrios, Getty Images
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11 Wyoming Restaurants Recognized in Wine Spectator’s 2015 Restaurant Awards

When you think of fine wine, there's several places that come to mind; Napa Valley in California, the Burgundy region of France, and Gillette, Wyoming. That's right, Gillette, Wyoming.

This week, Wine Spectator Maga

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Food and Wine Magazine Recognizes Cheyenne Breweries

Beers lovers, rejoice. The craft beer boom has finally come to Wyoming. This week, Food and Wine Magazine published a feature on Cheyenne's emerging microbrew scene.

The article, America's Biggest Little

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