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Scholarships Available for WY Woman’s Antelope Hunt

The hunt, hosted by the Wyoming Women's Foundation, will be held Oct. 9-12, 2014 in northeastern Wyoming.

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Sweetwater Co. Sheriff: Don’t Leave Kids In Parked Cars

Studies have shown that a child's temperature rises three times faster than an adult's.

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Riley Ridge to Natrona Pipeline Scoping Meetings Scheduled

The proposed 243-mile hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide pipeline will run from Riley Ridge near Big Piney to the Natrona Hub west of Casper.

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Diocese of Cheyenne Goes to Supreme Court

The case of the Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne versus the Affordable Care Act moves on.

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Wyodak Mine Receives Workplace Safety Award

Wyodak mine received a Governor's Workplace Safety Award in the small mines division.

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Bomb Threat

The investigation is over, and roads are open again.

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Lawmaker Calls for Ban on Anti-Gay Discrimination

Says the Utah gay marriage decision changes things for Wyoming as well.

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Nebraska Court Orders New Trial for Wyoming Man

The Nebraska Supreme Court has again thrown out the conviction of Wyoming man accused of posing as a licensed car dealer and ordered a new trial in the case.

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Lummis Co-sponsors Bill to Prohibit Federal Agency SWAT Teams

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) co-sponsored H.R. 4934: The Regulatory Agency De-militarization Act

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Government Can Refuse Public Inspection of Some Documents In Wyoming

The Wyoming Supreme Court says government officials can withhold some documents they relied on in reaching final decisions on policy matters.

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