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Building Transmission Lines Good For Wyoming [Audio]

A new study says building new transmission lines could mean good things for Wyoming's economy, Doug Randall has the details. The Public Defender representing convicted murderer Troy Willoughby has petitioned the District Court for a new trial. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Transportation Commission Approves $32 Million For Highway Projects [Audio]

Wyoming Transportation Commission awarded more than $32 million for six highway projects around the state during their June meeting, Doug Randall reports. Yellowstone National Park officials say they will conduct routine safety inspections of commercial vehicles this summer. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Medicine Bow National Forest (Courtesy of Forest Service)
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New Visitors Center Construction On Medicine Bow National Forest [Audio]

Daniel Sandoval reports that a man accused of dragging a woman down an Evansville street changed his plea in Natrona County District Court Friday. The Centennial Visitor's Center on the Medicine Bow National Forest is closed, while a new facility is being built. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Dairy Products (Justin Sullivan/Getty)
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Food Prices On the Rise [Audio]

A spokesman for the Wyoming Department of Health says free HIV and STD testing is available throughout the state. Food prices are on the rise, including Dairy products, Ag reporter Ahren Broad has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Guernsey Dam (Courtesy of the Bureau of Reclamation)
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Wyoming To Receive Emergency Watershed Money [Audio]

Wyoming and four other western states will share $3 million in Emergency Watershed Protection Program funds, Doug Randall has the details. Karen Snyder has a report on expected opposition to a wind farm approved near Glenrock. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Denver Children's Hospital (Courtesy of Denver Children's Hospital)
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Wyoming’s First Flooding Related Death in Laramie [Audio]

Wyoming's first flooding related death this Spring occurred in Laramie. Garrett Adams has the details. A man facing five counts of felony burglary changed his plea in Natrona County District Court Tuesday, Brook Eades has the details from Casper. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Coal Mine (Sean Gallup/Getty)
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Proposed EPA Rules Could Hurt Wyoming Coal [Audio]

Doug Randall has a story on the effect that  proposed Environmental Protection Agency rules for coal-fired power plants may have on the demand for Wyoming coal. State Parks and Cultural Resources staff will hold a second meeting to update folks on flooding issues in Glendo State Park. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News

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WYO 130 (Courtesy of Wyoming Department Of Transportation)
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WY-130 Finally Open

One month and a day after they began, WYDOT crews from Laramie and Saratoga broke through historically deep and heavy snowpack on WYO 130. The alpine roadway between Centennial and Saratoga is now open for the season. WYDOT spokesman Ross Doman says the men worked 60 hour weeks. The last ten working days, dozers moved snow until midnight. Equipment dedicated to the high country snow removal campaign included three snow cats, four dozers, six rotary blowers, and two plows.Motorists are advised that these turnaround spots are open on WYO 130: Libby Turn Loop, Libby Flats Observation Area, Medicine Bow Peak Overlook, both East and West Lake Marie turnarounds, and the Silver Lake parking lot.

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Why 2012 May Be Starkly Different From 1996

Election Day 2012 is still a year and a half away. But the damage to this nation has been so severe and inescapable that no amount of media spin can erase it from the awareness of the people. Americans are in no mood for any continuation of the abominable present course. And the Republican challenger who can credibly make the case for a sweeping departure from it will surely find widespread and heartfelt support from across the nation.

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