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Cheney Cosponsors Concealed Carry Reciprocity Bill

The legislation would also ease restrictions on carrying firearms on federal lands including national parks and wildlife refuges, per the statement.

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Flu Activity Picking Up in Wyoming

The flu bug is beginning to rear it's ugly head in the Cowboy State and health officials say this year's flu season could be severe.

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Douglas Couple Wins ’67 Jeep With $25 Raffle Ticket [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Bob and Denise Knaub of Douglas were handed the keys to a remodeled 1967 Jeep Kaiser this morning after winning this year's Cheyenne Wheels for Charity raffle.

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Black Police Precinct And Courthouse Museum Recalls Miami's Segregated Past
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Gillette Man Convicted Again in Fatal Shooting on Thanksgiving 2013

He testified Monday that the shooting was in self-defense.

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Governor Matt Mead
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Wyoming Governor: State Can’t Wait To Act On School Funding

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the state "cannot wait to act" in dealing with a potential school funding shortfall of $1.5 billion over the next six years.

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New Natrona County Group Promotes Restorative Justice

Natrona County Restorative Justice will host its first conference March 14-16 in Casper.

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Cheney Introduces Bill to Delist Gray Wolf in Wyoming

The Gray Wolf is not protected in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Montana.

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Basin Electric: Settlement Will Keep Wheatland Plant Open

Basin Electric announced Tuesday that the tentative settlement comes in its lawsuit against the EPA over the agency's attempts to reduce haze from coal-fired power plants in Wyoming.

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Measure Would Increase Students in Wyoming Classrooms

A similar proposal was dropped by the Interim Joint Education Committee last month.

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THORNTON, COLORADO--AUGUST 12, 2005--. Workers from Student Movers haul belongings to a truck after residents of the 18-unit condomimium complex at 647 W. 91st. St. in the background were displaced after a natural gas explosion and condemned their buildin
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Study Says: Wyomingites Are Leaving in Droves, Why?

Atlas Van lines has been conducting studies on America’s moving trend since the early 90’s.

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