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Governor’s Letter Urges Cindy Hill To Return To Office

In a letter dated April 8th, 2014, Governor Matt Mead urged Superintendent Of Public Instruction Cindy Hill, to return to her office at the Department of Education.

Stating that SF104, which removed her from office, was still in full force and effect, Governor Mead encouraged Cindy Hill to return to her office "while the District Court decides the few remaining matters"

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Governor Mead On Cindy Hill, Gay Marriage and More

Governor Mead speaks out.

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U.S. Attorney Responds to Lawsuit by Cheyenne Diocese

The U.S. Attorney of Wyoming on Monday urged Catholic organizations in Wyoming to take a chill pill, because the Affordable Care Act doesn't require them -- contrary to their concerns -- to offer birth control services contrary to church teachings

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NWS: Wyoming Water Levels Remain Above Average in April

Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Riverton say Wyoming's water supply remains well above average for the month of April.

Hydrologist Jim Fahey says statewide precipitation levels last month were above 130 percent of average

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Governor Matt Mead Speaks About The Department Of Education (AUDIO)

Governor Matt Mead joined Brian Scott this morning in his monthly visit to talk about issues in front of the State of Wyoming. On of those is the reinstatement of Superintendent Cindy Hill and the issues surrounding the recent Supreme Court ruling

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“Tax Freedom Day” Coming Up

So-Called "Tax Freedom Day" is April 17th in Wyoming.

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FFA Meets in Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Hundreds of high school agriculture students have gathered in Cheyenne for the Wyoming State Future Farmers of America convention.

The convention, which runs through Thursday, is expected to draw almost 1,700 participants to town

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Heavy Snow Slows Bikers in Grand Teton National Park

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Grand Teton National Park officials say heavy snow could delay the opening of the popular Teton Park Road.

Park spokeswoman Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles says the road typically opens by mid-April, but "there's not a definitive timetable

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Magpul Still Weighing Options

Laramie County Commissioner Troy Thompson says Magpul Industries is still considering where to locate in Cheyenne. He says the original plan was to find a temporary home and then build a permanent site

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Bears Are Stirring

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