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Casper College Commencement to be Streamed

Graduation ceremonies will begin from the Casper Events Center on Friday, May 15 at 7 p.m.

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WYO LGBT Community Responds to Laramie’s Anti-Discrimination Ordinance

The Laramie City Council's approval of a non-discrimination ordinance last night is being applauded by members of the LGBT community. According to Jeran Artery, a spokesman from Wyoming Equality, t

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Hot Springs County Man Dies in ATV Accident

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities say a Hot Springs County man who was last seen May 6 died in an ATV accident while he was looking for antler sheds.

Kim Black with the sheriff's office says that bear hunters setting traps found the body of 53-year-old Lan Price under the ATV in the Grass Creek area Sunday

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It’s Tornado Season in Wyoming [VIDEO]

Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes the chance for extreme thunderstorms and tornadoes across Wyoming. Just to give you an idea of how quickly the weather can change, the website iflscience.com publ

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Information Sought in Illegal Grizzly Killing near Cody

Anyone with possible information regarding this incident, or who was in the area and may have noted vehicles or activities is encouraged to call North Cody Game Warden.

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The Five ‘Dirtiest’ Places in Wyoming

Wyoming is a big place. We might have the smallest population, but when it comes to size, we have the 10th biggest territory of any state in the country. If you travel across its vast terrain, you might get a little dirty in one of these weird Wyoming landmarks

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Mountain Lion Spotted In Eastern Natrona County

The Natrona County Sheriff's Office and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are on the lookout for a mountain lion that was spotted in the Eastern Natrona County area.

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One Man Dead in Crash near LaGrange

A two vehicle crash this morning has left one man dead. 69 year old James V. Elwood of Torrington, Wyoming died at the scene of a crash that happened at 9:25 a.m. this morning on US Highway 85 at the intersection with WY State Highway 151

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UW Energy Grant

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — An oilfield services company is giving the University of Wyoming $1 million to support research on unconventional oil and gas reservoirs in the state.

The money provided by Houston-based Baker Hughes Inc

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Wyoming’s Most Ridiculous Help Wanted Ad

Have you ever dreamed of being on the radio?  Are you an attractive female? Do you live in Evanston, Wyoming? If not, are you willing to relocate to Evanston, Wyoming, for a part time job working with a misogynist? Here's the opportunity of a lifetime

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Wyoming Walleye Stampede Kicks Off This Weekend

If you love walleye fishing, like me - and you're one for a competitive challenge, then don't miss the Wyoming Walleye Stampede kicking off this weekend at Glendo Reservoir.

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New, Higher Yellowstone Fees Announced

Starting on June 1, 2015, Yellowstone National Park will increase entrance fees for visitors in order to fund important resource protection and visitor facility projects within the park.

“We use our entrance fees to complete critical projects that benefit park visitors and our natural resources,” said Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk

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