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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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New York City was caught unprepared by a winter storm this week, and traffic was at a standstill — due to the six inches of snow.  CBS Evening News reports.

Teen charged as adult for threatened Sage Valley shooting

By Perrin Stein, Gillette News Record
GILLETTE — Dale Warner, the 14-year-old Sage Valley student who brought two handguns and 36 rounds of ammunition to school and allegedly threatened to shoot students and staff members, has been charged as an adult.

The eighth-grader faces nine counts of attempted first-degree murder.    Click here for more

Local man to raise funds for California wildfires

By Leo Wolfson, Cody Enterprise
CODY — Zach Cook is calling on the people of the Big Horn Basin to do their part to help the thousands of homeless and devastated people affected by the northern California Camp Fire wildfire. He is now accepting donations which he will dole out to fire victims when he travels to Paradise Nov. 23.  Click here for more

Tuition increases now going to ASUW priorities

By Daniel Bendtsen, Laramie Boomerang
LARAMIE — The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees agreed Tuesday to a new policy putting half of all future tuition increases to funding priorities identified by administrators and ASUW — the university’s student body — that are “deemed most impactful or needed to enhance student success,” the new policy states.    Click here for more

Environmentalists sue feds for information

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CASPER  — An environmental group is suing the federal government for information about a proposed 5,000-well oil and gas project in central Wyoming.   Click here for more

Historic Preservation Board plans to salvage Carey Building keepsakes

By Austin Huguelet, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – There’s no saving the Carey Building now.

The 142-year-old structure, wracked with mold, asbestos and pigeon droppings, will meet the wrecking ball in February to make way for a new city court facility.   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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