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Wyoming “Shake Out” Earthquake Preparedness Drill Set for October 16th

Wyoming Office of Homeland Security encourages residents to participate in the Wyoming Shake Out, which will be conducted on Oct. 16, 2014.

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Hit and Run Suspect Arrested in Glenrock

Driver is suspected of hitting a man working on a stalled car Thursday night.

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Companies Invited to Attend 2015 International Sportsmen’s Expo

Wyoming outdoor product companies are invited to join the Wyoming Business Council at the International Sportsmen’s Expo in Denver, Colo., and near Salt Lake City, Utah, this winter.

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Gas Prices in Freefall, Experts Expect Them to Continue to Decline

There is a virtual price war going on the world oil market, and drivers will be the beneficiaries.

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Health Department To Host Forums On Proposed Changes to Community Based Services

The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is planning public forums to help residents learn more about expected changes to home and community-based services funded through Wyoming Medicaid.

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Spring Internship Opportunities In Senator Enzi’s Office

Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is encouraging college students and graduates to apply for an internship in his Washington, D.C. office this spring.

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Bohl Sees Positives, Negatives Out Of Bye Week

University of Wyoming football coach Craig Bohl says he sees both strengths and weakness in his team as the Cowboys go back into action following their bye week.

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New Smartphone App Offers Info On Child Predators

A spokesman for the Sweetwater County Sheriff's Department is drawing attention to a new smartphone application designed to aid in dealing with child predators.

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Ancient Life in the High Tetons

We knew they hunted high in the mountains, but a village?

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Yellowstone National Park September Visitation Breaks Record

A total of 571,764 recreational visitors came to Yellowstone in September. That is an increase of 2.48% compared to September 2013 numbers.

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