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EPA Proposes Changes To Ethanol Mandate In Gasoline
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Ethanol Debate is Heating Up, Could Have Impact on Agriculture [AUDIO]

A state review panel has approved a handful of changes to the development plans for a proposed wind farm in Converse County. The Farm Bill debate has taken a back seat in some circles to another major controversy, the ethanol debate

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Governor Matt Mead
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Democrats Criticize Mead Over Medicaid Decision [Audio]

A Riverton man has been released from prison after the Wyoming Supreme Court overturned his First Degree Murder conviction. Wyoming Democrats are trying to turn up the heat on Gov. Matt Mead and other Republicans over their opposition to expanding Medicaid in Wyoming

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U.W. Accepting Applications for Scholarships for Native American Students [AUDIO]

The debate over whether Wyoming should legalize marijuana may be about to heat up. The University of Wyoming is now accepting applications for three scholarships for Native American students.

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WINHealth Has Extended the Deadline for Individuals to Enroll For Coverage [AUDIO]

The soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters battery, 115th Fires Brigade, were presented with the Meritorious Unit Commendation earlier this month for the unit's tour in support of operation Iraqi Freedom

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Pavillion Still Awaiting Water Test Results [Audio]

Residents near Pavillion will have to wait even longer whether hydraulic fracturing contaminated their water. Amy Richards reports. A new study says the Natrona County Library may need more then $3

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Natrona County Man Facing Life In Prison [Audio]

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it will extend the deadline for a final decision on whether to list the wolverine under the Endangered Species Act. Amy Richards reports. A Natrona County man convicted of his second sex crime will spend the rest of his life behind bars

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UW Plans Holiday Closure [Audio]

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has approved new regulations to make it easier for veteran's to receive health care and compensation for certain illnesses. Amy Richards reports. The University of Wyoming Business and Administrative offices will be closed from Dec

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Federal Judge to Hear Wolf Lawsuit [AUDIO]

A federal judge in Washington D.C. will hear arguments from environmental groups challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's recent move to end federal protections for wolves in Wyoming. A Powell man accused of providing heroin that led to the death of his neighbor has been charged with negligent homicide

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Snowmobilers in Yellowstone
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Both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Open for Winter [AUDIO]

A 47 year old Northern Arapahoe man accused of beating his niece with a 20-pound barbell has been sentenced to two years in prison. Both of western Wyoming's National Parks are now open for the Winter

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Community College Commission Approves Tuition Increase [Audio]

Wyoming's Community College Commission has voted to increase tuition for in-state students by $4 per credit hour. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Entrepreneur Small Business Development Center will present a webinar on January 8th

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