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Another Wolf Hunt Area Closes [AUDIO]

A Lyman couple has been ordered to pay restitution following their guilty pleas to defrauding the state's medicaid system. Six of the 12 wolf hunt areas in Wyoming are now closed for the remainder of 2013

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Rulon Gardner (Courtesy of http://www.crh.noaa.gov
Rulon Gardner (Courtesy of http://www.crh.noaa.gov
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Rulon Gardner Declares Bankrupcy [AUDIO]

Olympic gold medalist wrestler Rulon Gardner has filed for bankruptcy, claiming he was the victim of a fraudulent real estate deal. Doug Randall has that story.  Governor Matt Mead says barring any legal challenge, Wyoming's wolf hunt will get underway next month

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Photo from Flickr via Arrr!
Photo from Flickr via Arrr!
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First Wolf Hunt Approaching [AUDIO]

Governor Matt Mead says if all goes as scheduled the state will hold it's first-ever wolf hunt starting October 1. Taco Johns is ranked a top 100 social media brand performer by 1851 Magazine.  Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Gov. Mead Signs Sexaual Assault Awareness proclamation (Amy Richards/TSM
Gov. Mead Signs Sexaual Assault Awareness proclamation (Amy Richards/TSM
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Gov. Mead Declares April Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Wildlife managers estimate hunting and other causes of death should reduce Wyoming's wolf population outside Yellowstone National Park to roughly 170 wolves by next December. Doug Randall reports. Governor Matt Mead signed a proclamation Thursday declaring April Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Creative Commons license: uhuru1701/Flickr)
(Creative Commons license: uhuru1701/Flickr)
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Wyoming Could Have Wolf Hunting Season Next Year [AUDIO]

Wyoming wildlife managers  say a wolf hunting season could come as early as the fall of 2012, if state and federal officials ratify an agreement by the middle of next year, Doug Randall reports. U.S. Department of Agriculture analyst Shale Shagum says beef cattle prices are at record high prices as producers continue to reduce their herds. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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