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Healthy Forest Bill Passes House

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis joined a bipartisan majority of her colleagues in passing H.R. 1526, the Restoring Healthy Forest for Healthy Communities Act.

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Governor Matt Mead
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Gov. Mead to Host 2nd Business Forum

The second Governor Matthew H. Mead Business Forum will be held November 19th and 20th in Cheyenne at Little America.

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Naughton coal fired power plant
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Wyoming Officials React to EPA’s Proposed Carbon Rule

Lummis says the EPA proposal would require all new coal-fired power plants to have carbon emissions capturing and sequestration systems that are not currently available in the marketplace.

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Officials: No Hunting Allowed in Yellowstone National Park

Federal laws prohibit killing or removing any animal, living or dead, from inside Yellowstone.

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MAX MAXFIELD
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Alzheimer’s Action Day Held

Maxfield said Alzheimer's is ''an epidemic that is here now" and will only become more widespread as baby boomers age.

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Category: Wyoming News
Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Supreme Court Sanctions Cheyenne Lawyer

The Wyoming Supreme Court has imposed a $500 sanction on a Cheyenne lawyer following a claim by the state Attorney General's Office that he intentionally tried to mislead the court.

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Marine One prepares to land at the White House
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Nice September Weather; Chance of Showers Sunday

Mother Nature will be bringing some great looking September weather to the Cowboy State for the next few days.  Expect more sunshine than anything today and Saturday.  Temperatures will respond nicely and top off in the 60s and 70s with a few lower 80s possible as well

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Category: Weather, Wyoming News
U.S Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S Fish and Wildlife Service
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Yellowstone Restores Cutthroats on Elk Creek

Workers at Yellowstone National Park intend to poison non-native brook trout on a stream system in the park so it can be restocked with native cutthroat trout.

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Judge Rules Against Challenge to Uranium Mine

A federal judge has ruled against an environmental group's challenge to an in-situ uranium mine that started production last month in Sweetwater County.

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sandhill cranes by Ben Roth
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Art in Public Buildings Celebration at Guard

In 1991, the 51st Wyoming Legislature passed the Arts in Public Buildings legislation. One percent of construction costs of new state owned buildings is used for the purpose of placing artwork in a public setting.

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