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Official: Wyoming Wolf Hunt Successful

One Wyoming Game and Fish Department official says even if wolf hunters don't fulfill Wyoming's quota of 52 animals in 12 hunting areas, "it's been a very successful season."

Brian Nesvik tells the Casper Star-Tribune he's "extremely happy with how the harvest has been spread around the wolf trophy game and management area

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Waldo Canyon Fire (Keystoneridin/wikipedia)
Waldo Canyon Fire (Keystoneridin/wikipedia)
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Sen. Udall Criticizes Wildland Fire Vote

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall is criticizing his colleagues' rejection of an amendment he says would have fully funded the Forest Service's Wildland Fire Management Account ahead of next year's wildfire season.

The Colorado Democrat says the amendment to the Supplemental Appropriation for Disaster Assistance would have restored $653 million to the account, which pays for wildland fire preparedness, suppression, research and state fire assistance. The legislation was rejected Friday.

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Rep. Tom Lubnau (H-31)
Rep. Tom Lubnau (H-31)
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Lawmaker Drafting Bill to Loosen Gun Laws in Wyoming

While national leaders are calling for stricter gun regulations in the wake of the Newtown shootings, debate in Wyoming is moving the opposite direction. The Associated press reports that incoming House Speaker Tom Lubnau, R-Gillette, is drafting legislation to end gun-free zones in government buildings

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School Superintendents in Wyoming are Well Paid

An analysis reveals that public school superintendents in Wyoming earn an average salary of about $130,000 a year - well above the amount paid to the Governor. The Associated Press review also shows Wyoming school chiefs make about $22,000 a year more than the average earned by Colorado superintendents.Nationally, public school superintendents were paid an average of about $156,000 in 2008-09.

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