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Barrasso-Risch Hydropower, Rural Jobs Bill Signed Into Law

President Obama signs Hydropower development bill.

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BLM Closing Portions of Prior Flat Campground for Public Safety

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Rawlins Field Office is immediately closing the upper loop of the Prior Flat Campground located in the Shirley Mountains approximately 30 miles northwest of Medicine Bow, Wyo

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Lightning Starts Small Fire In Northeast Yellowstone

It's the second lightning caused fire reported this week in the park.

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Kaysen Favors Gradual Pay Increases

Kaysen says the report's recommendations will be formally proposed to the council at it's August 26th meeting

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Isla de Arosa (Illa de Arousa), Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain. Women strolling in the coastline in Carreiron Nature Reserve.
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Thunderstorms Around; Warmer on Sunday

A good flow of moisture coming up from the south and southwest will allow for scattered thunderstorms to form across the state today and Saturday.  Keep in mind that slow moving thunderstorms can produce heavy rain, small hail and strong, gusty winds

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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Education Secretary Arne Duncan
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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and Education Secretary Arne Duncan (Tom Lacock, Wyoming Department of Education)
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Presidential Cabinet Members Discuss Native American Education in Riverton

The Wyoming Department of Education’s Native American Conference played host to history Thursday at Central Wyoming College in Riverton as the Secretary of Education and the Secretary of the Interior came together to discuss Native American education initiatives and challenges

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Sturgis Draws Police to I-90 in Wyo. and SD

State troopers from Wyoming and South Dakota have been stepping up patrols on Interstate 90 between Sturgis, S.D. and Sundance in response to the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

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Rituraj Borgohain, a UW research scientist, works in the Enhanced Oil Recovery Research Laboratory, located in the Energy Innovation Center. (UW Photo)
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UW: More Than a Billion Barrels of Stranded Oil Can Be Recovered in Wyo.

The Director of the University of Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute says the University’s Energy Innovation Center can help the state’s small oil operators retrieve 5 to 15 percent of the state’s stranded oil reserves.

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Babysitter Changes Plea in Child Abuse Case

Ashley May Cope, of Rock River has changed her plea on charges that she abused a child she was babysitting.

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Scattered Slow Moving Thunderstorms

There will be enough moisture around today for a few isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms.  The state's mountain ranges and areas along the eastern border look to be in the best position for thunderstorm activity today

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