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Bridger-Teton Road Warning Issued [Audio]

Officials with the Bridger-Teton National Forest are urging recreationists to stay off of slushy, soggy roadways.

Acclaimed National Geographic journalist Mark Jenkins is scheduled to give a presentation at the University of Wyoming next month

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Gas Prices Going Up Around Wyoming and The Country [AUDIO]

Gas prices in Wyoming and around the country are on the rise again, according to analysts with Gasbuddy.com. Work in the Biomechanics of cell division and the cell biology of cancer has earned a University of Wyoming scientist an award

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Duke Energy Reports Significant Jump in Fourth Quarter Profits [AUDIO]

Wyoming gets kudos in a Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) child safety seat report. Duke Energy is reporting a 58 percent jump in 4th quarter profit after raising rates and getting a strong performance from its Brazilian operations

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USDA: Relief Available for Livestock Producers Who Suffered Losses [AUDIO]

An outbreak of spruce beetles continues to accelerate in Colorado forests according to an annual survey conducted by the U.S. Forest Service. Some livestock producers suffering losses from natural disaster will be able to sign up for Farm Bill programs

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Report: Coal Production in Wyoming Fell 3.3 Percent in 2013 [AUDIO]

Federal data shows Wyoming coal production fell by 3.3 percent in 2013, marking the fourth consecutive year of declining output for the state. Interested residents are invited to participate in the Wyoming Comprehensive Cancer Control Consortium's 9th annual Celebration of Hope on February 27th at the Capitol in Cheyenne

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Agroecology Program Continues At UW [AUDIO]

The Wyoming House Education Committee has endorsed a bill that would allow K-12 staff and employees to have guns at school.The University of Wyoming Agroecology is still going strong after 20 years

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More Yellowstone Bison To Be Slaughtered [AUDIO]

Forty-four more Yellowstone bison are designated for slaughter. The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Director, Todd Parfitt has named Luke Esch as the new administrator for the solid and hazardous waste division

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Back Country Users Should Be Prepared Winter Weather [AUDIO]

The Wyoming House shot down a committee bill Thursday to expand the state's Medicaid program. The Senate voted against one medicaid bill earlier this week, but voted Friday to introduce another bill that calls for the phased expansion of Medicaid

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Senator Enzi: Suspending Debt Ceiling Wrong Thing to Do [AUDIO]

Senator Mike Enzi said he voted against suspending the debt limit in the Senate. He said allowing more debt until Congress decides to act is just wrong. Plans are being made to remove an old University of Wyoming recreation camp in the Medicine Bow National Forest

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Game and Fish Offers Forever Wild Progam [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Game and Fish announced the Forever Wild program, designed to provide outdoor training for families with limited outdoor experience. The Fremont County coroner is asking county officials there to hire a forensic pathologist

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