14 Workers Have Died In Wyo. So Far This Year
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A state official says 14 workers have died in Wyoming so far this year.
State workplace epidemiologist Mack Sewell says four each died in agriculture and transportation, three died in oil and gas industry-related incidents, two in construction and one in general industry...
Oil Starts Week At Lowest Level In 2012
NEW YORK (AP) — The price of oil has declined to its low for the year on continued doubts about Europe's ability to pay off massive government debts.
Benchmark U.S. crude lost $1.57 to $94.56 per barrel in New York. It dipped to $93...
Easter Egg Hunts Around Casper 2012
Easter 2012 is almost upon us. That means the adults will be attending church, maybe a bountiful brunch or two, and spending time with family and loved ones. For the kiddos, it's all about huntin' them eggs! Here are a few places that the Easter Bunny plans on visiting.
UW Spring Enrollment Up From 2011
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Preliminary figures show the University of Wyoming has enrolled 12,839 students this spring, an increase of more than 130 over last spring.
The spring enrollment figures at the state's only four-year university don't include many outreach students who are still e…
Tax Reform In This Election Year: It’s Not Likely
WASHINGTON (AP) — Politicians of all stripes in this election year are clamoring for simplifying the tax code and closing loopholes. But that would mean Americans could lose some of their prized deductions.
Tax reform does sound like a good idea to lots of people, but where to start...
New Wyo. Fishing Rules In Effect This Year
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Anglers might want to make sure they are aware of changes to Wyoming fishing limits this year.
The long-time restriction of only keeping one trout over 20 inches on lakes and reservoirs has been dropped. Anglers can now keep six fish over 20 inches...

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