Wyoming – The Administrator of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails is traveling the state trying to get input from the public on the future of these resources. Dominic Bravo says the next discussion takes place August 20th in Laramie. Bravo told Bob Beck that as they develop a plan for the future a worry they have is how to make changes in a time when money is tight
Wyoming – Wyoming has allocated almost all of the stimulus money it received for highways. But, Wyoming is one of many states that did not do a great job of making sure the money went to areas that are hardest hit by the recession. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay reports
Wyoming – Back in February, the Obama Administration predicted the stimulus package would create or save eight thousand jobs in Wyoming. Now that millions of the stimulus dollars have been spent, we can start to ask: how many people have jobs because of that money? Starting in October, the state will have to report to the federal government on how stimulus dollars have affected employment. But as Wyoming Public Radio's Addie Goss reports that's no easy task.
Laramie, WY – Governor Freudnethal will take a week-long trip to the Thorofare in mid-August, guided by teh Cody area Game and Fish Department. The region is known as the most remote wilderness in the lower 48 states.