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Nine of the 11 Republican and Democratic candidates for three  Natrona County Commissioner positions attended a forum at the library Monday. From right to left are Jacquie Anderson (R), Ellen Young (R), Brian DeVault (R), Terry Wingerter (D), Mike Gilmore (D), Rob Hendry (R), John Lawson (R), Paul Paad (R) and Steve Schlager (R). GOP candidates Todd Murphy and Janel Moore did not attend.

Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Nine of the 11 Republican and Democratic candidates for three Natrona County Commissioner positions attended a forum at the library Monday. From right to left are Jacquie Anderson (R), Ellen Young (R), Brian DeVault (R), Terry Wingerter (D), Mike Gilmore (D), Rob Hendry (R), John Lawson (R), Paul Paad (R) and Steve Schlager (R). GOP candidates Todd Murphy and Janel Moore did not attend. Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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Next Commission Will Hit the Road (Maintenance)

Natrona County's growth over the foreseeable future stands as the top issue for the commissioners who take the oath of office in January, nine candidates said Monday.

That growth in population, business and demands for government services hinges on how well the county maintains its approximately 800 miles of designated county roads, they said at a forum for the Republican and Democratic primary candidates at the Natrona County Public Library

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Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
Karen Snyder, Townsquare Media
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Commission Approves $53 Million Budget

The Natrona County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a $53 million budget for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.

The budget, which took months of hearings and number crunching, is five percent larger than the one for the previous

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Officials Warn of Wildlife Dangers On Wyoming Roads

Wildlife and transportation officials are asking drivers to be watchful of migrating wildlife as winter sets in.

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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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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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WyDOT Set for New Projects with Fuel Tax Increase

The Wyoming Department of Transportation plans to get to work on 19 additional highway projects over the next year now that lawmakers have approved a 10-cent-per-gallon increase in the state fuel tax.

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Spring Snowstorm Closes Highways in Wyoming

A spring snowstorm has dumped up to a foot of snow and closed hundreds of miles of highways in Wyoming.

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Snow Totals Across Wyoming

With the biggest storm of the season making impacts across Wyoming over the weekend, you are probably wondering how much of the white and fluffy fell. The National Weather service has put together snow totals from their remote sensors here

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Weather Closes Roads In Yellowstone Park

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Winter weather has forced the closure of several roads in Yellowstone National Park.

The National Park Service reports road closures on Monday included Craig Pass between Old Faithful and West Thumb and the park's east entrance to Fishing Bridge

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Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
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Gov. Mead Unsure Fuel Tax Necessary

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead says it's appropriate to consider raising the state fuels tax to help fix and maintain roads but he's not convinced that a tax increase is needed now.

Mead said during a news conference Tuesday that he worries about the appearance and the reaction to raising taxes now

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AAA: Motorists Tolls Used For Roads They Don’t Use

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's largest auto club says tolls are increasingly being diverted to pay for transportation projects and other expenses unrelated to roadways, bridges and tunnels used by the motorists who pay the fees

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