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Wyoming Workplace Deaths Up

The state Department of Workforce Services reports 35 people died on the job in Wyoming in 2012, up from 32 in 2011 and 33 in 2010.

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(Courtesy of Bridger Teton National Forest)
(Courtesy of Bridger Teton National Forest)
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Forest Service Considering Selling Land at Base of Teton Pass [Audio]

Wyoming is once again at the top of the list nationwide when it comes to it's on the job death rate, Deborah Smith from the Wyoming News Service has that story. Doug Randall reports that the U.S. Forest Service is considering the sale of more than 40 acres at the base of Teton Pass to help rebuild or renovate the Bridger Teton National Forest office in Jackson. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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