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During the Spanish American War in 1901, church bells rang in Balangiga in the Philippines to signal an attack against American troops. The bells were seized as war trophies and brought to what is now F.E. Warren Air Force Base. Secretary of Defense James Mattis has decided to return the bells to the Philippines, over the objections of Wyoming’s congressional delegation and veterans groups. The Secretary says it is time to let go of those dark days and remove a needless barrier between friends.
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Tens of millions of people believed what looked like a feel-good story about a New Jersey couple helping a homeless man. Now, prosecutors say it was a huge scam. They claim Mark D’Amico and Katelyn McClure conspired with Johnny Bobbitt to defraud people out of more than $400,000. The couple set up a GoFundMe account for Bobbitt after McClure said he helped her. Meg Oliver reports.

Cloud Seeding this Winter

Posted 11-16-18, Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (CHEYENNE) - At Cheyenne’s Regional Airport, a King Air C90 aircraft is ready for Wyoming’s airborne cloud seeding project to take off. This unique aircraft, outfitted with flare racks, is scheduled to help increase...

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Wyoming Student Faces 9 Counts of Attempted Murder

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GILLETTE — The 14-year-old junior high student who brought two handguns and 36 rounds of ammunition to a Wyoming school and threatened to shoot another student and staff members faces nine counts of attempted first-degree murder.

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Wyoming hunting, fishing licenses good for year from date of purchase

By Renny MacKay, Wyoming Game & Fish
CHEYENNE — Wyoming hunters, anglers and trappers licenses will now be good for an entire year from the date of purchase, instead of a calendar year.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission adopted the measure at its November meeting in Casper.  Click here for more

Winter Storm Watch For SE Wyoming Friday Night, Saturday

By Doug Randall, KGAB
CHEYENNE — The Cheyenne Office of the National Weather Service has posted a winter storm watch for southeast Wyoming starting on Friday night and going through the day on Saturday.

The area covered by the watch includes all of Laramie and Albany counties. The cities of Cheyenne, Laramie, and Torrington are included in the winter storm watch.  Click here for more

WyHy Federal Credit Union breaks ground on expansion

By Chrissy Suttles, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE — WyHy Federal Credit Union leadership celebrated the official start of a 4,000-square-foot facility expansion during a ceremony Thursday.

In about a year, the 1715 Stillwater Ave. location in Cheyenne will be an automated, 14,000-square-foot operation equipped with video communication between employees and customers, tablets, online signature-based document systems and cash recycling machines. A new system will also introduce virtual banking, text messaging alerts and more communication options.

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UW works to boost international recruitment

By Daniel Bendtsen, Laramie Boomerang
LARAMIE — Efforts to bring more international students to the University of Wyoming moved forward this week, as the school’s top officer for internationalization produced a plan to use agents from International Development Program Education, which facilitates study abroad placements, to recruit more students to Laramie.  Click here for more

Winter Weather This Weekend

Posted 11-16-18, National Weather Service-Cheyenne (CHEYENNE) - Attached is the Situation Report for southeast Wyoming and western Nebraska regarding the Winter Weather Event beginning tonight and lasting through Saturday. Weather Summary Winter Weather Advisories and...

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Governor Mead’s Public Schedule, November 16 – 24, 2018

Posted 11-15-18, Office of Governor Matt Mead (CHEYENNE) - Unless otherwise noted, events on this schedule are open to the public and the media is welcome to attend. All times are Mountain Time. Any special requirements for attendance are noted with the event. These...

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BLM to Conduct Prescribed Fires in Sublette County

Posted 11-15-18, Bureau of Land Management (PINEDALE) - The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) High Desert District (HDD) is planning to conduct a prescribed fire on public lands administered by the Pinedale Field Office during the months of November and December 2018....

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The Trump administration is considering using West Coast military bases or other federal properties as transit points for shipments of U.S. coal and natural gas to Asia. States on the west coast have rejected private plans to build new coal ports.
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