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Food Price Increase Forecast [AUDIO]

A new report is predicting food price increases this year caused by last year's drought. Smaller increases are projected in future years, according to the report. Scholarship applications are now available from the Chief Washakie Memorial Awards Committee for the 2013-2014 academic year at UW. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Higher Food Prices Predicted [AUDIO]

Wyoming residents have given the University of Wyoming it's highest marks since polling on UW's performance began in 1984. The current drought hasn't had much effect on food prices this year, but USDA Chief Economist Ricky Volpe says prices will go up next year. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Economist Advises Meat Lovers to Stock Up Now

Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss says he expects meat prices to skyrocket in the near future due to the nationwide drought.

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Drought To Raise Grocery Prices [AUDIO]

The State Building Commission has approved spending $400, 000 on initial design work for renovation of the state Capitol interior. Amy Richards reports. The drought affecting farmers and ranchers will cause some food prices to increase

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Energy Prices, Demand Driving Food Prices (AUDIO)

A USDA Food Economist says higher energy prices and increased demand for some products is helping drive up food prices. Two Jackson-area ski resorts have fired up their snow-making machines in preperation for the upcoming winter ski season. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Listeria Death In Wyoming Reported [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Health confirms that a Sheridan County woman has died of Listeria related illness associated with tainted cantaloupe. Doug Randall reports. Food prices will go up next year, but officials say at a slower pace than this year. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Expert Predicts Food Price Hikes [AUDIO]

An economist with the USDA is predicting substantial hikes in the price of food this year. The Wyoming Army National Guard will host their monthly memorial for veterans this month. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Governor Matt Mead Pushing for Juvenile Court System in Wyoming [Audio]

Governor Matt Mead is pushing for a new Juvenile Court system, Doug Randall has that story.  The Consumer Price Index confirms what many shoppers already know, food prices have gone up. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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