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Lummis To Speak At Chamber Event

Lummis, a Republican, has represented Wyoming in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2008.

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Aggies Sour Cowgirls Home Finale, 84-80

Utah State rallied from a five-point deficit with 2:47 to play, and spoiled the Wyoming Cowgirls last home game Tuesday night in Laramie. The Aggies pulled out an 84-80 victory to sweep the regular season series from UW.

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LCCC Hopes To Begin Building Project Soon

Since the $18 million is less than the $22 million in state money the college had asked for officials are planning ways to work around the $4 million reduction from the original plan.

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A Thank You and Good-bye for the Cowgirls

Emotions will be running high tonight at the Arena-Auditorium in Laramie, as the Wyoming Cowgirls play their home finale against Utah State. It will be a chance for seniors Kaylee Hoffman, Chelan Landry and Fallon Lewis to say thank you and for fans to say good-bye.

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Finance Committee Votes For Liquor License Renewals

According to information presented at the hearing, those who try to illegally buy alcohol could be cited under Wyoming law. but in practice that seldom happens.

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M. Lee Hasenauer
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Commissioner Calls For Pay Cuts For Officials

Hasenauer's seat is on the election ballot this year, but he hasn't said whether he plans to run for re-election.

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Big Second Half Propels Boise State Past Cowboys, 72-63

The Wyoming Cowboys wasted an early 17-point lead and lost their third straight game Saturday. Boise State beat the Cowboys 72-63 at the Arena-Auditorium in Laramie.

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New Insect Pest Headed Towards Cheyenne

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens Director Shane Smith says a new insect pest, which could threaten ash trees, will likely arrive in Laramie County before long.

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Wyoming Cowgirls Look to Continue Dominance over Air Force

When you've won 42 of the previous 44 match-ups, you can call that one-sided. It's the record the Wyoming Cowgirls have against Air Force in women's basketball. Tonight the Cowgirls play the Falcons at Clune Arena in Colorado Springs.

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Falcons Edge Cowboys, 55-53

It was a low-scoring, at times ugly, grind it out game Tuesday night in Laramie, and the Air Force Falcons got out of town with a 55-53 victory over the Wyoming Cowboys at the Arena-Auditorium.

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