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A legislative committee is considering a bill that would allow Wyoming residents to vote by mail. Opponents worry about the possibility of errors and voter fraud, but supporters say that most of the elements of mail-in voting are already in place for absentee ballots.
Should Wyoming allow voting by mail?

New York Man Convicted Of Crime He Didn’t Commit Exonerated After Nearly 30 Years Valentino Dixon’s murder conviction was overturned Wednesday. Known for his drawings of golf courses, Dixon’s story was profiled by the Golf Channel and lawyers lobbied for his exoneration. Miguel Almaguer with the story.

Update on the Roosevelt fire September 20th 2018

Posted 9-21-18, Sublette County Sheriff's Office (PINEDALE) - The Roosevelt fire, located near Bondurant, Wyoming which has been burning since Saturday, September 15th 2018. As of this morning, September 20th, the fire has reportedly burned over 31,600 acres with 0%...

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Roosevelt Fire rages to 32,000 acres

By Joy Ufford and Robert Galbreath, Pinedale Roundup
PINEDALE — A small fire that kicked off Saturday near Grizzly Creek in the Upper Hoback River area by Thursday was a raging 32,000-acre blaze that is being fought on three fronts and driving hundreds from their homes. Click here for more

Fatal Wyoming grizzly attack will likely never be explained, authorities say

By Trevor Hughes, USA Today
JACKSON — Wyoming wildlife officials say we may never know why a grizzly bear and her cub killed a hunting guide in an unusual and unprovoked attack in the wilderness near Yellowstone National Park. Click here for more

Windsor Severance firefighters sent to battle nearly 5,000 acre Wyoming blaze

By Kelsy Schlotthauer, The Windsor Tribune
WINDSOR, Colo — Firefighters of Windsor Severance Fire Rescue were sent to battle a nearly 5,000 acre blaze in Wyoming on Thursday. Click here for more

 

Ag industry expansion study postponed by business council board

By Ashleigh Fox, Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — Discussions surrounding a potential $222,000 study presented by the Wyoming Business Council led to the council halting the process to refine the study proposal.

The study was initiated by 2018 Wyoming Legislature Senate File 108. Within the bill, legislators requested that the Wyoming Business Council focus efforts on expanding the existing agriculture marketing program, thus providing for international trade representatives. More specifically, the bill requires WBC to develop a strategy to create small regionally-located beef processing plants inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and mid-to-large-sized processing plants for international sales. Click here for more

Group identifies cheatgrass as sage grouse threat

By Mark Davis, Powell Tribune
POWELL — Development is often seen as a primary threat to sage grouse, but the Big Horn Basin Sage Grouse Working Group turned their focus last week to a highly flammable invasive species that’s flourishing locally: cheatgrass. Click here for more

Roosevelt Fire: New Information

Posted 9-20-18, U.S. Forest Service (JACKSON) - To provide for public safety, a new closure order was issued for the #RooseveltFire on Thursday, September 20. Roads, trails, and lands around the Roosevelt Fire have been closed to the public, but Order No. 04-03-587...

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LCCC to celebrate 50th anniversary this weekend

Posted 9-20-18, Laramie County Community College (CHEYENNE)  – Laramie County Community College is celebrating 50 years of service, and the community is invited to join the festivities. The main event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, on...

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Roosevelt Fire update for Thursday, Sept. 20

Posted 9-20-18, U.S. Forest Service/InciWeb (PINDALE) - FIRE UPDATE – The Roosevelt fire burned actively throughout the night. Growth was primarily at the head creating tree torching and spotting. However, the fire is increasing in size in all directions. Windy...

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  • 25 projects share in $3M in specialty crop grant...

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - More than two dozen projects in North Dakota are sharing in $3 million in federal money aimed at promoting specialty crops. North Dakota gets money from the federal government to dole out as grants to boost the production and processing of crops such as dry peas, ... […]

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Two legislative committees are considering measures that would allow Wyoming cities and towns to levy taxes on their own. Currently taxes are only levied on a statewide or countywide level. The committees say the towns and cities will be losing a lot of state funding, and this might soften the blow. However, smaller Wyoming towns say they could not raise enough money to replace the state funds.
Should Wyoming towns and cities be able to levy their own taxes?

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  • 25 projects share in $3M in specialty crop grant...

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  • Being in a relationship is making us fatter

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  • Grassley Sends Final Deadline for Kavanaugh...

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