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South Dakota Governor To Speak At Gov. Mead’s Business Forum

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard (R-SD) will be a speaker at Gov. Matt Mead's (R-WY) 2nd Business Forum next month in Cheyenne.

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The Michael Jackson Trial Continues
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Sunny, Dry October Weather

There will be plenty of sunshine to go around for the next several days.  High pressure overhead will lead to dry, quiet weather conditions and pleasant temperatures.  Highs today will reach into the 50s and even the lower 60s

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National Health Insurance Site Sputters in Wyoming

Only a handful of Wyoming residents have managed to enroll for health care coverage through the troubled federal insurance exchange network that kicked off three weeks ago.

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BLM Holds Public Meetings on Draft Historic Preservation Protocol

The Protocol addresses how Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) is implemented for BLM undertakings in the State of Wyoming.

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Medicine Bow National Forest
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Medicine Bow Conditions Vary, Check Before You Head Out

Forest officials say some roads might be closed while crews remove trees that have fallen on roads or are at risk of falling on roads.

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Yellowstone Park, Photo by Bill Schaefer/Getty Images
Yellowstone Park, Photo by Bill Schaefer/Getty Images
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Park Service To Publish Yellowstone Winter Rule

The National Park Service is about to publish the final version of its new regulation for snowmobiles and snow coaches in Yellowstone National Park.

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Average Wyoming Gas Price Drops to $3.36

Analysts say motorists in Wyoming saw relief at gas pumps last week.

GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan says the average price for a gallon of regular in the Cowboy State fell 1.6 cents last week to $3.36.

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Cheyenne city council chambers
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Cheyenne Finance Committee Approves Budget Proposal

Committee Chair Jim Brown, who does not vote in committee, said he doesn't feel the resolution is needed.

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Wolf Watchers: Hunters May Have Killed Five Members of Yellowstone Wolf Pack

Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department say it's impossible to determine if the two male and three female wolves killed recently in a hunt area northeast of Cody were all members of the Lamar Canyon Pack.

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Equine Herpes Found in NW Wyoming

Two cases of the neurologic form of Equine Herpes Virus Type 1 have been discovered in northwestern Wyoming.

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