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Wyoming Game And Fish Seeks Sage Grouse Carcasses During West Nile Season

All Wyomingites, especially landowners, are again being asked to assist in the management of the state’s sage grouse populations this summer by immediately reporting dead sage grouse to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department so they can be tested for West Nile Virus

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West Nile Virus Cases On the Rise in Wyoming

Spokeswoman Kim Deti says the state has definitely seen an uptick in WNV cases in Wyoming over the last few weeks.

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Wyoming’s First 2013 Human West Nile Virus Case Reported

A few of the states surrounding Wyoming have seen a handful of WNV cases and said activity nationally is significantly lower so far this year compared to 2012.

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Health Department Reminds Residents About West Nile

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Department of Health reminds residents that West Nile virus spread by mosquitoes remains a potential threat with the coming of summer.

Emily Thorp of the Health Department says because mosquitoes spread the virus, preventing mosquito breeding and avoiding bites are important preventative measures

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West Nile Virus Carrier Loving The Weather

Taking precautions against mosquito bites is a smart move considering how devastating West Nile Virus can be. Wyoming's dry weather this year has limited habitat for the usual nuisance variety of mosquitoes, but according to, John Leman, supervisor for mosquito control at the Natrona County Health Department, its a different genus that carries the virus and its thriving thanks to a warm winter and early, mild spring

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State Cautions Residents About West Nile

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — There have been fewer and fewer human cases of West Nile virus in Wyoming over the last few years.

But the Wyoming Department of Health is reminding residents not to let their guard down

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Wyoming to Receive 1.2 Million For Failing Schools [AUDIO]

U. S.  Secretary of Education Arne Duncan says Wyoming will receive over 1.2 million dollars to help turn around under performing schools. Doug Randall has the details. An Adult male from Goshen County is the first reported case of West Nile Virus in Wyoming. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio news.

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