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High Oil Prices Continue To Drive Gas Prices Steadily Upwards
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Wyoming Rig Count Unchanged – Some Hiring Coming Back

And yet, some sources are reporting that some oil companies, particularly in the Bakken, are starting to hire again to ramp up hydraulic fracturing operations.

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Burgeoning Craft Beer Industry Creates Niche Market For Limited Release Beers
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Work Underway On Pine Bluffs Malting Plant

Wyoming Malting has broken ground on its new Laramie County barley malting plant.

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Natrona School District Budget Adjusts to New Realities

The District’s General Fund budget, for next year, reflects an overall year over year reduction of $4.4 million dollars or 2.1%.

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Casper Bus Service Facing Budget Cuts

Now, public transportation is in the crosshairs as the Casper Area Transportation Coalition has announced it's new bus routes, and a couple of stops, Centennial Middle School and Public Health, have been eliminated.

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Wyoming Gas Prices Falling

Average retail gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 1.3 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.29/g yesterday.

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Wyoming Personal Income Down

Wyoming was one of only two states not to see an increase in personal income over the first quarter of 2016 compared to the last three months of 2015

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Coal Royalty Debate on Federal Leases

Officials are determining if longstanding royalty rates shortchange taxpayers.

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Rig Count Down – Wyoming Unchanged

Arkansas, California, Kansas, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah and Wyoming were unchanged.

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Casper Slashes Budget By 37 Percent For 2016-2017; Public Won’t See Cuts In Basic Services

Seventeen years ago, city council established a reserve fund to carry the city through boom and bust cycles, and avoid abrupt changes in services.

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Wyoming Gas Prices Settling in for Summer

The price of crude oil, which had been gaining steam leading up to June, has now experienced a sustained downturn over the last couple of weeks.

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