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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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Rainfall Dents Corn Denting [AUDIO]

Recent rainfall has put a dent in corn denting, but the same can't be said for corn condition, according to USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey. A former State Senator says the city of Torrington will pay him $25,000 to settle his first amendment lawsuit for city officials banning him from city buildings. Amy Richards has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Drought Reducing Corn, Soybean Crops [AUDIO]

The nation's corn and soybean crops are experiencing declining yields due to drought conditions in parts of the country. The U.S.D.A  had projected a record  harvest, but officials say as much as 60 percent of the corn crop is facing moderate to extreme drought. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has rejected a proposal to allow unlimited mountain lion hunting in parts of the Black Hills. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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