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UW Staff, Students Help Battle Flooding

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Nearly 70 University of Wyoming employees and athletes are volunteering to help in the Carbon County flood fight.

The UW volunteers are expected to arrive on Friday.

UW Associated Vice President for Operations Mark Collins says the UW contingent will fill sandbags and perform other duties

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Saratoga North Platte River Flood 2014
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Saratoga Dealing With Flood [PHOTOS]

Several towns in the Upper North Platte River Basin in southern Wyoming, are trying to fight off rising waters from nearby rivers.

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Washakie County Reports No Additional Flooding Sunday Night

The Worland area encountered no additional flooding Sunday night, According to an announcement made on the Washakie County Sheriff's Office Facebook page.

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Casper Launches “No Wipes In the Pipes” Campaign

The City of Casper unveiled the “No Wipes in the Pipes” sewer backup prevention program this week, hoping to dissuade people from flushing objects like paper towels, rags and baby wipes down the toilet.

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Soldiers Rebuilding Colorado Roads Should Be Paid

National Guard soldiers rebuilding washed-out roads in Colorado would apparently be paid on time under a bill passed hours before the federal government shutdown.

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Natrona County ‘Community Emergency Response’ Training Begins This Week

The Natrona County Emergency Management Office is offering a free, nine-week hands-on training class for area residents that covers the different facets of disaster from disaster preparedness to terrorism awareness.

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Builders, Soldiers Hustle to Reconnect Colorado Towns

Construction crews and National Guard troops are working furiously to repair highways to mountain towns cut off by unprecedented Colorado flooding.

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Boulder Air Rescues Expected to Resume Monday

Boulder authorities say resumed air rescue efforts are planned for today.

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Flash Flood Watch in Central Wyoming

The National Weather Service has posted a flash flood watch for parts of central and southeast Wyoming.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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High Water Coming On The North Platte

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says fishermen should be on the lookout for high water on the North Platte River in early April.

Game and Fish has requested higher releases to maintain fish spawning habitat and increase populations of the invertebrates that fish eat

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