WPR News
11:56 am
Wed September 7, 2005

Late Wildlife Researcher Has Last Work Published

Laramie, WY – A scientific journal this week published the last article written by the late University of Wyoming professor Beth Williams. Williams was known for her work on chronic wasting disease, and this article was a comprehensive review of what is known about the disease. Williams died in a December car accident, along with her husband Tom Thorne, who was also a noted wildlife veterinarian. The last article written exclusively by Williams is in the September issue of the journal Veterinary Pathology.

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10:46 am
Wed September 7, 2005

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

Wyoming –

Topic: Vidoe games could be a key to future learning; Guest: University of Wisconsin Professor of Learning Science, Linguist James Paul Gee.

Topic: Kristin Espeland speaks with Wyoming Game and Fish Spokesperson, Denny Hammer about updating hunting regulations.

Topic: Bob Beck speaks with Shane Smith, Director of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens about fall gardening

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WPR News
8:52 pm
Tue September 6, 2005

Wolf Numbers Are Down In Wyoming

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Yellowstone National Park – Federal Fish and Wildlife officials note that the numbers of wolves in the Yellowstone area is increasing, however the population is down by nearly 40 in Wyoming. Federal Wolf Recovery Co-ordinator Ed Bangs says some conflicts and disease has led to the decrease, but he's convinced that there is nothing to worry about. Instead, he calls it a leveling off of wolf numbers. Bangs says this should show that concerns that wolf numbers will explode are overblown. While Idaho saw an increase in wolves, Bangs predicts that those numbers will also stabilize.

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WPR News
8:50 pm
Tue September 6, 2005

Enzi Looks Into Katrina

Washington D-C – Republican Wyoming Senator Mike Enzi is meeting with relief organizations working to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Enzi is chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. He says all of these areas will be influenced by the recent disaster.

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WPR News
7:07 pm
Tue September 6, 2005

Labor Day Weekend Was Deadly on State Highways

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Laramie, Wy – This weekend five people died on Wyoming highways. That happened while the Highway Patrol was out in full force and two national campaigns to prevent dangerous driving were underway. Sergeant Stephen Townsend from the Highway Patrol says they had hoped to prevent all deaths. He guesses the deaths were due to the increase in traffic in the state. Townsend says their efforts could use more help from the public to make these national campaigns work.

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3:17 pm
Tue September 6, 2005

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

Tuesday, September 6th, 2005

Wyoming –

Topic: Bob Beck speaks with Federal Wolf Recovery Co-ordinator Ed Bangs about wolf numbers in the state of Wyoming.

Topic: Kristin Espeland speaks with Wyoming Petroleum Association President Bruce Hinchey about the increase in gas prices and what it means for Wyoming's oil and gas production.

Topic: Bob Beck speaks with Debra Starks with the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Natrona County about the CASA program.

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3:14 pm
Mon September 5, 2005

Monday, September 5th, 2005

Wyoming – Labor Day

WPR News
9:14 am
Sat September 3, 2005

Thomas Thinks Help Is Fine

Washington D-C – Wyoming's Senior Senator says the disaster relief effort in New Orleans and the gulf area is going as well as possible. Senator Craig Thomas flew to Washington D-C to vote for a 10 billion dollar aid package for victims of Hurricane Katrina. Thomas said he is growing impatient with the idea that everything hasn't been done yet, he says it hasn't been done because this is a horrible disaster.
Thomas says the aid package will pay for relief efforts that are going on now and should help stabilize the area affected by Hurricane Katrina.

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WPR News
9:14 am
Sat September 3, 2005

Thomas Thinks Help Is Fine

Washington D-C – Wyoming's Senior Senator says the disaster relief effort in New Orleans and the gulf area is going as well as possible. Senator Craig Thomas flew to Washington D-C to vote for a 10 billion dollar aid package for victims of Hurricane Katrina. Thomas said he is growing impatient with the idea that everything hasn't been done yet, he says it hasn't been done because this is a horrible disaster.
Thomas says the aid package will pay for relief efforts that are going on now and should help stabilize the area affected by Hurricane Katrina.

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WPR News
9:11 am
Sat September 3, 2005

Please Sign Up, Don't Show Up

Laramie, Wy – As people consider how to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina, two things you should not do is send food or clothing and show up unannounced. Most agencies say the money is more useful then goods and Wyoming Homeland Security Deputy Director Larry Majerus says you can offer volunteer help through the Federal Emergency Management Website. He says they have a data base that can compile a list of services people have to offer. Majerus says those who want to register their services can do so at the web site fema-dot-gov.

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