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Wyoming Governor Will Rely on State, Not Federal Resources to Improve Early Learning

The State of Wyoming will look to its own resources to boost early childhood learning and no longer pursue any federal funding. Governor Matt Mead made the announcement Tuesday, saying he had looked into the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge Grant.

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Laramie City Council Approves Animal Ordinance Overhaul

Putting your dog on a leash and licensing your cat will now be required as revisions to Laramie Municipal Code Title 6, dealing with “Animals”, which were approved in a 7-to-1 vote on third and final reading Tuesday night at the regular meeting of the Laramie City Council. Councilor Joe Vitale voted against the changes to the ordinance, Councilor Klaus Hanson was absent.

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Cowboy Basketball Begins With A Night of Madness This Friday [AUDIO]

Larry Shyatt‘s second tenure as the head coach of the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team will launch with A Night of Madness at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, in the Arena-Auditorium.

More than just a kickoff for Cowboy basketball, the night will include the Homecoming Sing, introduction of players by Dick Vitale, special guest appearances by Jeff Van Gundy and Joakim Noah, UW football, volleyball and Cowgirl basketball players, the Western Thunder Marching Band, the UW Spirit Squad and Pistol Pete. Friday Night Fever will close the night with hypnotist Chris Jones.

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Grizzly Bear Relocated After Killing Calf Near Cody

An adult female grizzly was trapped and relocated by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department on Sept. 1, 2011. Officials report that the bear, who had killed a calf on private lands northwest of Cody, was released in the Calf Creek drainage about 13 miles west of the South Entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

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