WPR News
9:01 am
Tue April 10, 2007

Wildlife Trust Board Gets Several Proposals

Cheyenne, Wy – The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource
Trust has received 59 applications seeking about 4-point-7 (m)
million dollars in project funding in the current application
Applications came in from 35 organizations in 19 of the state's
23 counties.
Delaine Roberts of Etna is chairman of the trust board. He says
the applications appear generally to be of high quality. The board
has about 4 (m) million dollars in funding available this year.
Roberts says a lot of the applications seek funding for projects

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11:57 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Wyoming National Guard unit heads to Afghanistan

Wyoming – Another Wyoming National Guard unit heads to Afghanistan. Kristin Espeland speaks with Army National Guard Major D.C. Faber about the mission.

11:55 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Colorado's Western Slope being inpacted by the energy boom

Wyoming – Kirk Seigler of Aspen Public Radio reports that Colorado's Western Slope is being impacted be the energy boom as well.

11:53 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Wyoming's energy boom

Wyoming – Wyoming's energy boom is squeezing some services. Kristin Espeland reports.

11:16 am
Mon April 9, 2007

National Guard recruits

Wyoming – National Guard recruits continue to grow in Wyoming. Elsa Heidorn reports.

WPR News
10:51 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Former 1st Lady "Win" Hickey Dead at 94

WPR News
10:43 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Torrington Prison Construction On Again for Summer

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WPR News
9:44 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Natural Gas Production Stil Strong

Laramie, Wy – Natural gas production increased
five-point-four percent in Wyoming last year.
That is the ninth consecutive year the state has recorded higher
gas production.
According to preliminary numbers compiled by the Wyoming Oil and
Gas Conservation Commission, the state produced two-point-one (b)
billion cubic feet of gas.
That ranks the state third behind Texas and Oklahoma in gas
Wyoming accounted for almost nine percent of total U-S gas

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WPR News
9:36 am
Mon April 9, 2007

Several Workforce Solutions Needed

Laramie, Wy – Wyoming's low unemployment means that there are fewer people looking for jobs. That has become a problem for both existing and new businesses that need employees. But Jerimiah Rieman with Wyoming's Department of Workforce services says solutions are not easy. For instance recruiting workers from out of state is not the answer when there is nowhere to live.

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