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Our Cheyenne news staff. Amy Richards is news director, with reporting from Doug Randall, Kari Eakins, Karen Snyder, Daniel Sandoval, Sharon Fain and Ahren Broad.

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Some Campbell County Schools Participating in Composting Program [AUDIO]

Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY) introduced Lt. Col. Jason Anderson as an expert witness Wednesday during a Senate Small Business Committee roundtable. Some Campbell County schools are sending waste food to a Gillette composting program rather than throwing it out

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State Delegation Meets Northwest Officials On Coal [Audio]

A delegation of Wyoming legislator and local officials met with local government leaders from the northwest on Wednesday. Amy Richards reports. University of Wyoming researchers will use kochia in a five year study to help find a solution to weak resistance to herbicides

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Western Lawmakers Tell EPA to Stop Proposed Water Grab [AUDIO]

Western lawmakers have sent a letter to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy  Wednesday, expressing their opposition to the EPA's latest attempt to expand water regulations

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New USDA Report Says Rural America Population Growth Stagnant [AUDIO]

There is new information about the death of a well-known mule deer that frequented the campus of Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs. The latest edition of a USDA report shows trends in rural America's population, economy and employment

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Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Approves Baseline Water Testing Rules [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has adopted new rules that require petroleum companies drilling for oil and gas to first test for pollution in nearby water wells. A national panel of judicial and law enforcement experts has released recommendations on how to make tribal communities safer

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Scientists To Develop New Criteria for Measuring Livestock Emissions [AUDIO]

A state facility for the developmentally disabled in central Wyoming is accused of confining residents in restraint chairs more than 100 times during a four year period. A 2006 UN report said that global livestock production was responsible for 18 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions

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Burbot Bash Coming Up at Flaming Gorge Reservoir [AUDIO]

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says a $10 million dollar grant will help researchers find ways to convert beetle invested trees into biofuel feedstocks. Anglers will have a chance to win big money and a two-year lease on a new truck in the upcoming annual Burbot Bash at Flaming Gorge Reservoir

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