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Kaysen Says City Now Has Two Month Cash Reserves

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says the city was able to add $1.7 Million to it's cash reserves at the end of fiscal year 2012, which ended on June 30th.

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(Courtesy of Wyoming Judicial Branch)
(Courtesy of Wyoming Judicial Branch)
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Wyoming Supreme Court: More Information In Teen Sentencing Case [AUDIO]

Doug Randall reports that the Wyoming Supreme court has ordered a lawyer representing a Sheridan teenager serving a life sentence in a 2009 home invasion killing, to present information about how a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision could affect the teen's sentence. Economist Ernie Goss says you should stock up on meat now while the prices are low because they will go up due to the drought.  Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack. (USDA)
Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack. (USDA)
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Vilsack Announces Drought Assistance [AUDIO]

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says additional funding and other assistance  will be provided by the USDA to help agriculture producers deal with the drought conditions that have struck much of the nation. Members of the University of Wyoming Energy Resources Council and the Advanced Conversion Technologies Task Force will meet this month in Laramie. Amy Richards reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming's Call of the Wild/Facebook
Wyoming's Call of the Wild/Facebook
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Wyoming’s Call of the Wild TV Show Now Online [AUDIO]

Federal agencies say they aim to have their permit and review decisions for a wind farm development in southern Wyoming complete by October 2014. Doug Randall reports. Season one of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's television show, Wyoming's Call of the Wild,  is now available online. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Director of Wyoming Workforce Services Joan Evans (Courtesy of Wyoming Workforce Services)
Director of Wyoming Workforce Services Joan Evans (Courtesy of Wyoming Workforce Services)
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Nine Wyoming Employers Honored For Safety

In partnership with Governor Matt Mead’s office, the Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Wednesday honored nine outstanding Wyoming employers at the seventh annual Wyoming Safety Conference. Wyoming OSHA and the State Mine Inspector’s Office, divisions of the Wyoming Department of

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Great Fountain Geyser at sunset (Courtesy of Yellowstone National Park)
Great Fountain Geyser at sunset (Courtesy of Yellowstone National Park)
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Yellowstone Visitation in July Down From 2011

Visitation to Yellowstone National Park for July is down slightly compared to year ago levels. Spokesman Al Nash says the park recorded 888,335 recreational visitors in July 2012, down 2.1 percent from last year.

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Man Rescued In Grand Teton National Park [AUDIO]

A new federal report says a flight instructor had warned a Minnesota man of the dangers of flying his single-engined airplane over the mountains of northwestern Wyoming just weeks before the 2010 crash that killed the pilot and his three sons

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Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
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Employer Safety Improvement Money Available

An official with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services says  employers can now apply online for money to improve their workplace safety. Andrea Hixon says the program was created by the state legislature earlier this year

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(justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Economist Advises Meat Lovers to Stock Up Now

Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says he expects meat prices to skyrocket in the near future due to the nationwide drought.

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slightlywinded, flickr
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Can Having a Pet Help with Depression?

Feeling blue? Instead of sitting down with a tub of ice cream, cuddle up with a dog or cat instead — research shows the unconditional love offered by our furry friends can brighten our moods and reduce tension.

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