BRIDGEWATER, N.J. (AP) - CHINA HAS WARNED "THERE IS NO WINNER IN A TRADE WAR" AFTER AN AIDE TO PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP ADVOCATED A TOUGHER STANCE TOWARD BEIJING IN PUBLISHED COMMENTS. A FOREIGN MINISTRY SPOKESWOMAN, HUA CHUNYING, SAID THURSDAY BOTH SIDES HAVE BENEFITED FROM TRADE.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. (AP) - VIRGINIA GOV. TERRY MCAULIFFE SAYS HE DOESN'T WANT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP TO VISIT CHARLOTTESVILLE IF THE PRESIDENT CONTINUES USING RHETORIC THE GOVERNOR SAYS IS DIVIDING THE COUNTRY. MCAULIFFE SAID IN AN INTERVIEW ON CBS ON THURSDAY THAT TRUMP SHOULD COME TO THE CITY IF HE WANTS TO DISCUSS HOW THE NATION CAN HEAL AFTER THE DEADLY VIOLENCE DURING SATURDAY'S WHITE NATIONALIST RALLY.

WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS TOUTING A PRIMARY CHALLENGER TO GOP SEN. JEFF FLAKE OF ARIZONA, WHO HAS CRITICIZED THE PRESIDENT AND HIS REACTION TO CHARLOTTESVILLE. IN A DAYBREAK POST ON HIS TWITTER ACCOUNT THURSDAY, TRUMP SAID IT WAS "GREAT" TO SEE KELLI WARD IS CHALLENGING FLAKE IN THE ARIZONA GOP PRIMARY. THE PRESIDENT ALSO SAID FLAKE "IS WEAK ON BORDERS, CRIME AND A NON-FACTOR IN SENATE."

WASHINGTON (AP) - GOP SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM IS CALLING ON PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP TO "PLEASE FIX THIS," SAYING THE PRESIDENT'S STATEMENTS ON THE CHARLOTTEVILLE ARE GARNERING PRAISE FROM "SOME OF THE MOST RACIST AND HATE-FILLED INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS." TRUMP AND GRAHAM HAVE BEEN GOING AFTER EACH OTHER SINCE THE VIOLENCE AND DEATH OF A WOMAN IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, DURING A WHITE NATIONALIST RALLY.

JERUSALEM (AP) - ISRAEL'S PRIME MINISTER IS COMING UNDER GROWING CRITICISM FOR HIS RELATIVE SILENCE OVER PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S RESPONSE TO THE RACIALLY CHARGED VIOLENCE IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA. BENJAMIN NETANYAHU'S MUTED RESPONSE TO THE MARCH STAGED BY ANTI-SEMITIC WHITE NATIONALISTS _ AND TRUMP'S ASSERTION THAT "BOTH SIDES" WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE VIOLENCE _ APPEARS TO REFLECT THE ISRAELI LEADER'S DESIRE TO REMAIN IN THE GOOD GRACES OF THE EMBATTLED U.S. PRESIDENT.
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THE NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAILS INTERPRETIVE CENTER IS OFFERING FREE ECLIPSE-RELATED PROGRAMS FROM TODAY THROUGH MONDAY.
THE CENTER ON NORTH POPULAR STREET NEAR THE CASPER EVENTS CENTER WILL START THE PROGRAMS AT 2 P.M. TODAY WITH A PRESENTATION ABOUT HOW EXPLORERS DID THEIR MAPPING LONG BEFORE MODERN TECHNOLOGY.

FRIDAY AT 10 A.M., THE CENTER PRESENTS A PROGRAM ABOUT NATIVE AMERICANS' TALES OF THE SUN, STARS AND ECLIPSES.

AT THE SAME TIME, A TRAILS CENTER EDUCATOR WILL OFFER A HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATION HOW PIONEERS AND SLEAZY SNAKE OIL SALESMEN MADE MEDICINES.

AT 1 P.M., YOU CAN LEARN HOW EARLY HUMANS UNDERSTOOD ECLIPSES.

AT THREE O'CLOCK, LOCAL HISTORIAN BRUCE BERST WILL DON HIS BEST 19TH CENTURY SUIT, CHANGE INTO DR. DUMAS -- NOT DOCTOR DUMB ASS, AS HE WILL REMIND YOU -- AND WILL PRESENT HIS TRAVELING MEDICINE SHOW.

AND AT 6:30 P.M., THE CENTER WILL FEATURE A MOVIE ABOUT AN ADVENTUROUS MOUSE HEADING WEST.

COME SUNDAY AT 10 A.M., YOU CAN LEARN ABOUT A WORLDWIDE EVENT IN 1833 WHEN THE SKIES WERE FILLED WITH METEOR SHOWERS FOR THREE DAYS.

AT 1 P.M., YOU CAN LEARN ABOUT THE PONY EXPRESS THAT RAN THROUGH CENTRAL WYOMING.

AND AT 3 P.M. -- GERMAN ASTRONOMER DR. DAVID GRUBER WILL TALK ABOUT “ASTRONOMY IN THE 'SIMPSONS.'”

MONDAY, AFTER THE ECLIPSE HAS PASSED, YOU CAN GO TO THE TRAILS CENTER AT 2 P.M. AND LEARN HOW TO MAKE AND WRITE A JOURNAL ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE IN CASPER.
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CODY, WYO. (AP) - TWO BROTHERS HAVE PLEADED NOT GUILTY TO CHARGES THAT THEY ABANDONED THREE HORSES IN NORTHERN WYOMING LAST WINTER. BRAD AND DAVID FLINT, OF PARK COUNTY, ENTERED THEIR PLEAS TUESDAY TO MISDEMEANOR CHARGES IN PARK COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT.

CASPER, WYO. (AP) - A FEDERAL GRAND JURY HAS INDICTED A WYOMING COUPLE ON CHARGES OF BANKRUPTCY FRAUD. THE CASPER STAR-TRIBUNE REPORTS THAT THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE ACCUSES 41-YEAR-OLDS JAMES EDWARD KNIGHT II AND ASHLEY ELIZABETH KNIGHT OF LYING ON AN APPLICATION FOR BANKRUPTCY IN AN ATTEMPT TO AVOID PAYING BACK TAXES.

JACKSON, WYO. (AP) - GOV. MATT MEAD SAYS HE'S HEARING NEW IDEAS FROM AN INITIATIVE ON HOW WYOMING CAN DIVERSIFY ITS ECONOMY BEYOND FOSSIL FUELS. THE ENDOW EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MET IN JACKSON AND HOSTED AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LEADERS.