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Bowl for Jason’s Friends this Saturday, March 1st

Come join us this Saturday at El Marko lanes as we go "Bowling for Jason's Friends."

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Few Army Women Want Combat Jobs

Preliminary results from a survey of the Army's nearly 170,000 women show that only a small fraction of them would like to move into one of the newly opening combat jobs.

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Executive Optimistic About Coal-to-Liquids Plant Loan

An official with a company developing a facility to turn coal into gasoline and other fuels near Medicine Bow says he's once again optimistic the project could get a federal loan.

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Trial in Cold-Case Murder Postponed Until April

A judge in Cheyenne has again postponed trial for a woman accused of killing her husband and dumping his body in a mine in southeast Wyoming the mid-1970s.

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Hathaway Scholarship Application
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Legislative Panel Endorses Hathaway Increase

The House Education Committee has endorsed two bills that would raise the Hathaway Scholarship award and allow Hathaway money to pay for summer classes.

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Anglers Rescued from Breakaway Ice Floe

Authorities say they rescued six anglers from an ice floe that broke away from the shore of Flaming Gorge Reservoir.

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Wyoming Legislature Defeats “Katie’s Law” Legislation

The Wyoming Senate has shot down a bill that would have required DNA testing of people charged with a felony.

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John Mellencamp Rounds Out Frontier Days Night Shows

John Mellencamp will play at Cheyenne Frontier Days for the first time this summer.

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Wild horses
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Internal BLM Memo Shows Mustang Woes

Wild Horse and Burro Division Chief Joan Guilfoyle recommended suspending all roundups until thousands of mustangs currently in federal corrals are sold or adopted.

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U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel
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Nuclear Test Scores Low During Alleged Cheating

Air Force records obtained by The Associated Press show test scores were among the lowest of the year last summer, when dozens of nuclear missile officers allegedly cheated on exams.

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