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New UW President Will Spend Some Time Fundraising

The incoming president of the University of Wyoming says an important part of his job will be to find other sources of revenue to help make up for cuts in state funding.

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Grand Teton to Cut Back on Seasonal Employees

Grand Teton National Park will reduce its seasonal workforce, including hiring fewer search and rescue team members, to help meet federal spending cuts.

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Jackson Looks at Installing Electric Car Chargers

People who drive hybrids and electric cars may soon be able to recharge their vehicles for free in Jackson.

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Wyoming Getting $1.1M From Feds for Worst Schools

Wyoming is getting more money from the federal government to improve its lowest-achieving schools.

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Fremont County Leads Wyoming Beer Tax Hike Effort

Wyoming's 2-cents-per-gallon tax on malt beverages is the lowest in the nation and has remained unchanged since it was first passed in 1935, about a year after Prohibition was repealed.

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Wyo. Wind Tax Brought in $2.6M in its 1st Year

Wyoming's new wind tax brought in $2.6 million in the first year it was collected.

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UW Sets Record for External Research Funding

Faculty members at the University of Wyoming received a record $86 million in external funding in the 2012 fiscal year.

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National Park Cuts Detailed in Memo

Visitors to America's national parks will encounter fewer rangers, find locked restrooms and visitors centers, and see trashcans emptied less often if 5 percent across-the-board federal budget cuts are enacted.

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Hundreds of civilian military employees in Wyoming could be furloughed if cuts in U.S. defense spending go through.

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Simpson, Bowles Offer New Plan to Avoid Cuts

Former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson is offering a new plan to avoid automatic spending cuts set to hit March 1 absent a bipartisan deficit-reduction deal.

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