1:08 am
Tue March 17, 2009

Laying plans for campus cutbacks

Wyoming – Like other state agencies, the University of Wyoming is being asked to find ways to trim between five and ten percent from its state budget. The University is holding campus meetings to find ways to meet Governor Dave Freudenthal's directive. Bob Beck talked to University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan to hear about the approach.

1:06 am
Tue March 17, 2009

First session down

Wyoming – Eleven freshman entered the Wyoming House of Representatives this year. At the start of the session, we talked with three of them about their goals and aspirations. Now, Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck asks them what they've learned.

1:04 am
Tue March 17, 2009

Tracking the stimulus

Wyoming – Details are fast emerging about what the federal stimulus package may mean for Wyoming. State employees are working furiously to make sure they meet deadlines. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay has been rushing to keep up.

WPR News
9:02 am
Mon March 16, 2009

Wyoming will compete for additional stimulus dollars

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8:28 am
Mon March 16, 2009

In Cheyenne, high demand for homeless services

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8:15 am
Mon March 16, 2009

FE Warren passes nuclear inspection

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9:36 am
Sat March 14, 2009

Pornographic images emailed by Government officials in Fremont County

Riverton, Wy –
The mayor of Riverton says pornographic images found on city computer equipment were apparently e-mailed between city employees and Fremont County Attorney Ed Newell.
Mayor John Vincent said Friday that city information technology
workers found 100 to 150 images and two or three videos on a city
file server in January.
He says the city conducted an investigation and determined that
Newell had sent and received images containing nudity in exchanges
with city employees.

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WPR News
9:52 am
Fri March 13, 2009

Gov. vetoes rare and uncommon bill

Cheyenne, WY – Gov. Dave Freudenthal has vetoed a bill that would have stripped authority from the state's Environmental Quality Council to designate places as very rare and uncommon.

The governor's veto message says the council has used the authority perhaps only twice since 1973. He says the designations can have the effect of blocking non-coal mining projects.

Rep. Mark Semlek, a Republican from Moorcroft, sponsored the bill.

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8:09 am
Fri March 13, 2009

Brucellosis spike in Cody

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