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Amy Richards is News Director for Townsquare Media-Cheyenne. She has many years of experience covering local news and is well known in the state capitol for her Legislative coverage. BA-English State University of New York. My favorite color is pink.
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Mead: Supports Gas Play in Carbon and Sweetwater Counties, If Done Right

Governor Matt Mead says he supports a significant natural gas development in Carbon and Sweetwater Counties, which would create thousands of jobs in Wyoming.  The project is called the Continental Divide-Creston Natural Gas Development Project (CD-C Project)

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Gov. Mead: Reviewing Options To Help Plow Roads in Yellowstone

Governor Matt Mead said Thursday that state and local officials are still reviewing options on whether and how to help plow roads into Yellowstone National Park. The National Park Service announced earlier this week that snow plowing would be delayed in an effort to save money to meet across-the-board federal budget cuts required by Congress under the sequestration plan that took effect March 1

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Cheyenne Police Arrest Burglars

Cheyenne Police responded to 518 East 17th Street about 10 p.m. on Feb. 28, for a report of a residential burglary in progress. Cheyenne Police Department spokesman Officer Dan Long says a watchful citizen in the neighborhood notified police after he heard glass break and saw people climbing in the window of the residence.

Police arrived on scene an

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Natrona County Woman Pleads Guilty to Medicaid Fraud

Connie Bryant, of Casper, pleaded guilty of fraudulently billing Wyoming Medicaid. Christine Stickley, Director of the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Wyoming Attorney General's Office, says from about August of 2010 to August of 2011 Bryant billed Wyoming Medicaid certifying that she provided long term care waiver services to her disabled daughter that she in fact did not

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Lawmakers Seek Compromise on Lottery Bill [AUDIO]

Updated: (2/25 @5:31 p.m,)

A joint conference committee worked out a deal on the lottery bill.  The compromise calls for cities and towns to receive $6 million of the proceeds each year for 6 years, with the overage going into the common school land trust fund. The compromise must now go to the House and Senate to see if they agree with the deal. 

A bill that would allow a state lottery in Wyoming has been sent to a conference committee after the state House voted 34-25 not to agree with an amendment the Senate made last week in how the proceeds of the lottery would be used.

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