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Kaysen Says Wind Project Wouldn’t Affect Belvoir Leaseholders

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says a proposed wind energy project that the Morely Company wants to locate on part of the city-owned Belvoir Ranch wouldn't affect people who currently hold grazing leases on the property or other existing plans for that area.

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Casper Woman Wins Woman of Distinction Award

The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues recognized Casper resident Bev Dye with its annual Woman of Distinction Award Saturday at the Casper Petroleum Club.

As a former single parent with firsthand knowledge of the issues facing women today and an appreciation of her own education and her parents'  encouragement and work ethic, Dye has devoted 28 years to making a difference for others through Casper College's ABE/GED Center. She is passionate about the program and sharing the renewed dreams of adults with previous mixed success in the educational system and makes every effort to put them on the right path.

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State Jobless Rate Increases [AUDIO]

The state unemployment rate increased from 5.4% in June to 5.6% in July. Amy Richards has a report. The University of Wyoming is gearing up for the first day of classes on Monday, August 27th by offering the Summit Transitions Program designed especially for incoming students. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming OSHA Considering New Rule for Rig Clothing [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration is proposing a rule that would require workers wear flame resistant clothing within 75 feet of an oil and gas well bore. Doug Randall reports. A Wyoming soldier who was killed in a suicide attack in Afghanistan was laid to rest in Colorado Tuesday. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM:Avoid Burned Areas in Carbon County [AUDIO]

The Bureau of Land Management is asking hunters to avoid areas burned by two wildfires in carbon county this summer. Republican Cynthia Lummis' top challenger in the November election is a political newcomer with little financial backing. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Kozak Pleased With Safety Building Vote

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says he is relieved  and excited to move forward following Tuesday's overwhelming vote in favor of spending 6th penny sales tax revenues to renovate the old Dineen Car Dealership in Downtown Cheyenne for use as a Public Safety Building.

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Suspect Arrested in Laramie Burglary

Laramie police have announced the arrest of a suspect in the burglary of a Laramie Business.

Details are few at this hour, but according to an official release from the  Laramie Police Department, law enforcement officers responded to the report of a burglary at Money Lenders, on the 1600 block of North 4th street just before 9:00 am Tuesday morning

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Bullying Prevention Kickoff Event Saturday

The Cheyenne Police Department and Laramie County Sch0ol District 1 have scheduled  a bullying prevention kickoff event Saturday, August 25th from 1-4pm at the Lion's Park Ampitheater, according  to police spokesman Sgt

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Main Street Program Accepting Applications [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Main Street Program is accepting applications from communities interested in participating by using historic preservation to revitalize downtown areas. Amy Richards has a report. West Park Hospital in Cody has been named to Becker's Review list of 100 great community hospitals. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Recent Rain Helps Soybean Crop But Not Corn [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says a tractor trailer that was pulled over during a traffic stop over the weekend was carrying 231 pounds of marijuana worth almost $1.4 million dollars. Doug Randall reports.  The recent rain is too little too late to help the deteriorating corn crop, but has helped the soybean crop somewhat, that's according to u.s.d.a meteorologist Brad Rippey. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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