WPR News
1:14 am
Mon April 21, 2008

Enzi to Announce Saturday

Washington, DC – Republican Sen. Mike Enzi will announce on
Saturday whether he plans to seek re-election.

Enzi, Wyoming's senior senator, has been mum about his election plans so far. Elly Pickett, spokeswoman for the senator, said
Monday that she couldn't say in advance of Saturday's event whether he will run again.

Enzi is the former mayor of Gillette. He says he will announce his decision at an ice cream social at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Gillette City Hall.

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WPR News
10:09 am
Sat April 19, 2008

Report Says Youth Facility Has Been A Problem For Years

Casper, Wy – A report says a juvenile facility in
Casper has been locking up youth in jail space that was deemed
unsuitable for adults over a decade ago.
The report obtained by The Associated Press also says that youth
at the Regional Juvenile Detention Center are locked up in ways
that increase their risk of committing suicide or physically or
sexually assaulting one another.
The report was done by the National Partnership for Juvenile
Services, and it came out in December -- three months before an

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WPR News
10:02 am
Sat April 19, 2008

Man Arrested In Infant Death

Cheyenne, Wy – Cheyenne police arrested a 24-year-old man
in the death of his girlfriend's 13-month-old girl.
According to a police press release, Ariana Martin was
pronounced dead by the Laramie County Coroner at Cheyenne Regional
Medical Center after the girl was found Thursday night lying
unresponsive in an apartment bedroom. Police say investigators
found injuries on the infant's body that did not appear to be
accidental.
Police say they arrested Alan Sandoval. They say that he is not

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WPR News
9:58 am
Sat April 19, 2008

Frontier Days To Change Approach

Cheyenne, Wy – Cheyenne Frontier Days is imposing
stricter rules on the use of hand-held electric shock devices on
horses in the annual rodeo.
Until now, the "Daddy of 'Em All" had followed the
Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association rules on the use of the
prodding devices.
The PRCA rules allow for shocking a horse before a ride if the
stock contractor, the cowboy riding the horse and the PRCA judge
all agree the horse might stall coming out of the chute.
An animal rights group has posted Internet videos showing rodeo

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WPR News
8:52 am
Fri April 18, 2008

Group Concerned with Pope's Statements on Gays

Laramie, WY – The Pope has concerned families of Gays and Lesbians with comments that they think could validate violence towards gays.

During the Pope's visit to America, the group Fortunate Families is asking to the Pope to show more compassion and to stop labeling gays and lesbians as objectively disordered. Wyoming Chapter Representative Drew Conneen says the Vatican does not condemn gay and lesbian people just their sexual activity. That is why he wants the church to show more compassion instead of making inflammatory comments.

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WPR News
8:01 am
Fri April 18, 2008

No More Fish Stocking

Laramie, WY – The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has
asked the Wyoming Game and Fish Department not to restock Teton Reservoir with fish.

The reservoir is on Sage Creek Road south of Rawlins and is a popular fishing spot. But the BLM says lack of water and inadequate depth has reduced the reservoir's ability to support fish.

BLM spokesman Bruce Collins says game department has been stocking the reservoir with several thousand rainbow and brown trout each year.

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WPR News
7:55 am
Fri April 18, 2008

Man Arrested in Baby's Death

Cheyenne, WY – Cheyenne police arrested a 24-year-old man in the death of his girlfriend's 13-month-old girl.

According to a police press release, Ariana Martin was pronounced dead by the Laramie County Coroner at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center after the girl was found Thursday night lying unresponsive in an apartment bedroom. Police say investigators found injuries on the child's body that did not appear to be accidental.

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Fri April 18, 2008

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WPR News
10:22 am
Thu April 17, 2008

Olsen Will Leave The Legislature

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Pinedale, Wy – State Rep. Monte Olsen, of Daniel, has
decided not to seek re-election to the state House of Representatives.
The District 22 Republican has served three terms, representing
Wilson, Hoback Junction, Alpine and northern Sublette County.
Olsen says he needs to focus on his own health issues.
Olsen was injured about a year ago when police said he was run
over by a sport utility vehicle driven by his wife. He suffered 10
broken ribs, a collapsed lung and multiple facial injuries.

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WPR News
10:21 am
Thu April 17, 2008

Congress Considers Wolf Bill

Washington D-C – The Wyoming Wildlife Federation is praising Senator John Barrasso for introducing legislation in Congress that would pay ranchers for livestock killed by wolves. The group's director, Walt Gasson, says the bill is a very positive move.
This is a species of national interest. We're all interested in wolf management whether you live in the Florida Keys or whether you live in southeast Alaska.

This gives us all an opportunity to pay for the costs.

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