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  • The international order built from the ashes of...

    US President Donald Trump swept through Europe like a hurricane. He asked why his country was obliged to defend its allies, carped about "unfair" trade practices, blasted the UK and Germany as weak on migration and suggested President Vladimir Putin was as credible as America's own intelligence […]

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1) The Wyoming Air Service Improvement Council is working on a plan to attract more airlines to the state. Wyoming would offer a minimum revenue guarantee, so if the airline didn’t make enough money, the state would provide a subsidy. Some say tax dollars should not be given to airlines to provide air service. Others believe Wyoming would not get commercial air service without it.
Should the state subsidize airlines in order to bring flights to Wyoming?
2) The Legislative Service Office says rebuilding dormitories at the University of Wyoming should be paid for by the state. Some lawmakers are suggesting a public-private partnership, with a private developer building the dorms, and making up the cost by charging students for room and board. The LSO says quality might suffer, because a private developer will want to cut costs to maximize profits.
Should new dorms be paid for by the state, or through a public-private partnership?

Homeless teen tries to give back to the man who changed his life.  Steve Hartman with On the Road, CBS Evening News, has a touching story out of North Carolina.

CFD kicks off with Wild West pageantry, history

By Chrissy Suttles, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle
CHEYENNE – Hundreds gathered Friday afternoon in Frontier Park for the Cheyenne Frontier Days opening ceremony and inaugural Wild West Show.

Showcasing CFD history and pageantry, the event was furnished with cavalry, horse-drawn artillery demonstrations, antique automobiles, carriages, trick riding and trick ropers.   Click here for more

Attorneys battle over UW emails in lawsuit, judge gives discovery extension

By Daniel Bendtsen, Laramie Boomerang
LARAMIE — In recent weeks, attorneys in a federal lawsuit — which alleges retaliation by high-level University of Wyoming administrators — have battled over whether the university can be forced to hand over hundreds of emails it’s withheld under the defense of “attorney-client privilege.”

In the lawsuit, UW Foundation President Ben Blalock and Vice President Mary Ivanoff are accused of discriminating against a disabled woman.   Click here for more

Deputies apprehend suspected car thieves

Staff Reports, The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office arrested two persons in relation to a truck theft in Sheridan Thursday.  Click here for more
Cheyenne man gets 130 months in kidnapping case

By Joy Greenwald, KGAB

CHEYENNE — A 27-year-old Cheyenne man has been sentenced to 130 months in prison for his role in a September 2017 kidnapping.  Click here for more

Casper City Council to discuss potential funding cuts to bus service

By Katie King, Casper Star-Tribune
CASPER — Residents who depend on public transit to get around town might want to attend the Casper City Council’s Tuesday work session.  Click here for more

Enzi applauds U.S. investigation into uranium imports

Posted 7-19-18, Office of U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi (WASHINGTON, D.C. ) --  U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., applauded the Department of Commerce for initiating an investigation into whether imports of foreign uranium, especially from Russia and nations under its influence,...

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Campers still allowed propane grills, stoves at state parks

Posted 7-19-18, Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources (CHEYENNE) -- Despite recent fire restrictions instituted by the Platte County Commission, an enjoyable camping experience is still possible at Glendo and Guernsey state parks. Propane grills and...

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Sinks Canyon State Park to host program on owls

Posted 7-19-18, Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources (CHEYENNE)  -- Join Andrea Orabona of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and her great horned owl Jupiter for “Whoo Knew!” August 3 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Sinks Canyon State Park Sawmill...

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Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board to hold work session

Posted 7-19-18, Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board (CHEYENNE) – The Cheyenne Historic Preservation Board will hold a work session to discuss the planning for their sixth annual Tour the Legend historic homes and building tour. The session will also discuss a...

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  • Young father dies weeks after armed robbery; teen...

    A manager of a Washington, D.C., restaurant -- who was the married father of a 9-month-old girl -- died Friday night from gunshot wounds he suffered earlier this month when he was robbed after attending a wedding in Atlanta, police said. […]

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  • Carter Page Surveillance Documents Indicate State...

    NEW YORK -- Documents released on Saturday related to the wiretapping of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page reveal information that contributed to the government’s application to monitor Page originated with the State Department under the Obama administration in October 2016. […]

New York Post

  • School let stranger steal child from after-school...

    A Brooklyn mom claims a city school let a stranger walk off with her kids. The scary episode happened at Brownsville’s PS 189, Rhonda Williams Lee says in a Brooklyn Supreme Court lawsuit she filed last week. Her son and daughter, identified by the initials RL and TL, typically go to an […]

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  • Florida children found living in filth and...

    PALM COAST, Fla. (AP) - Florida authorities have charged three people with child neglect after investigators said they found three young children living with them in "deplorable" conditions. The Florida Times-Union reported that the Flagler County Sheriff's Office found three children between the […]

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  • German industry groups warn U.S. on tariffs...

    German industry groups warned on Sunday, before European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker meets U.S. President Donald Trump this week, that tariffs the United States has imposed or is threatening to introduce risk harming America itself. […]

CNN

  • The international order built from the ashes of...

    US President Donald Trump swept through Europe like a hurricane. He asked why his country was obliged to defend its allies, carped about "unfair" trade practices, blasted the UK and Germany as weak on migration and suggested President Vladimir Putin was as credible as America's own intelligence […]

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  • Young father dies weeks after armed robbery; teen...

    A manager of a Washington, D.C., restaurant -- who was the married father of a 9-month-old girl -- died Friday night from gunshot wounds he suffered earlier this month when he was robbed after attending a wedding in Atlanta, police said. […]

Washington Times

  • Florida children found living in filth and...

    PALM COAST, Fla. (AP) - Florida authorities have charged three people with child neglect after investigators said they found three young children living with them in "deplorable" conditions. The Florida Times-Union reported that the Flagler County Sheriff's Office found three children between the […]

New York Post

  • School let stranger steal child from after-school...

    A Brooklyn mom claims a city school let a stranger walk off with her kids. The scary episode happened at Brownsville’s PS 189, Rhonda Williams Lee says in a Brooklyn Supreme Court lawsuit she filed last week. Her son and daughter, identified by the initials RL and TL, typically go to an […]

Drudge Report

Breitbart

  • Carter Page Surveillance Documents Indicate State...

    NEW YORK -- Documents released on Saturday related to the wiretapping of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page reveal information that contributed to the government’s application to monitor Page originated with the State Department under the Obama administration in October 2016. […]

Politico

Reuters

  • German industry groups warn U.S. on tariffs...

    German industry groups warned on Sunday, before European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker meets U.S. President Donald Trump this week, that tariffs the United States has imposed or is threatening to introduce risk harming America itself. […]

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should the state subsidize airlines in order to bring flights to Wyoming?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should new dorms be paid for by the state, or through a public-private partnership?

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