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Coal Leasing Dip Could Hurt Wyoming School Funding

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Projections show that a decline in coal leasing could tighten up funding for school construction in Wyoming in a few years.

Fees paid by coal companies to lease federal coal in the Powder River Basin have financed more than $1 billion in school construction in Wyoming over the past decade

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Small Wildfires Breaking Out in Northwest Wyoming

Small fires burning around Wyoming, but none are serious.

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US Fuming Over Israeli Criticism of Kerry

Criticism has gotten intensely personal.

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Big Fine for Southwest Airlines

FAA says airlines didn't follow safety guidelines for 737's.

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Air Guard Wants C-130 Upgrades

"H" model began production in 1964.

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Researchers Finding that Cougars not so Solitary

New research on the big cats.

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Foundation Gives $10,000 to Wyoming Land Trust

Money is a challenge grant to improve rural life in Wyoming.

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Update Your Health Information

WASHINGTON (AP) — People who have health insurance on their jobs usually don't think twice about next year's renewal.

But if you are in one of the new plans under President Barack Obama's health law, that assumption could lead to costly surprises

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Netanyahu: Israel Can Lose on PR but not Security

WASHINGTON (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he realizes world opinion might be shifting away from his nation with every Palestinian civilian's death, but adds that the public relations battle cannot supersede Israel's security

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BLM to Roundup Wild Horses

Roundup will be in southern Wyoming.

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