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An audio version of this news available here. Applications open for several new species on Monday July 2nd, Wendy Corr from our Cody News Desk has the story. Hunting applications for several species will open up next Monday. Beginning July 2nd at 8 a.m., the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will accept applications for limited…

An audio version of this news available here. The Worland City Council will meet at its regular time on Tuesday night at 7 PM at City Hall. On the agenda is the first reading of the proposed 2018-2019 budget. A summary of the budget along with proposed revenue and expenditure reports can be found online…

An audio version of this news available here. A head-on collision in Wyoming killed three people, including two from France. The wreck happened Tuesday on Wyoming Highway 120 near Thermopolis. The Wyoming Highway Patrol says 18-year-old Kolten Scott Moss, of Laramie, was driving a 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck that veered across the oncoming lane…

An audio version of this news available here. The Casper Star Tribune reports a funding analysis of parts of Wyoming’s education system showed that the state spends similarly to its peers in those areas, consultants told lawmakers Wednesday. “It’s comparable to all the studies in general,” consultant Mark Fermanich told lawmakers on the Select Committee…

In an effort to diversify the Wyoming economy, County, city and state officials met with the Washakie county commission on Tuesday, to get clarification for inclusion in the states’ ENDOW assessment program, facilitated by the state business council. ​The ENDOW acronym represents “Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming.” In attendance were Representative Mike Greear, Worland…

The Washakie County School Board of Trustees was presented with an opportunity to allow Verizon Wireless to install a tower on High School property. The proposed tower would be erected in the area of the Warrior Stadium complex. Verizon Wireless would also build a 20 foot by 16 foot fenced in area to house equipment…

The University of Wyoming and Wyoming 4-H teamed up for Student Signing Day. An event put on to honor local area high school students who are continuing their education at UW. Amber Armajo, 4-H Youth Extension Educator for the University of Wyoming shared the vision behind the student signing day program. Also in attendance was…

For the Audio Version of this news click here   The Wyoming FFA Association has announced the recipients of the 2017 Wyoming State FFA Degree, the highest award the state can bestow on its members. 47 Wyoming FFA chapters earned the degree, including five from Chief Washakie FFA, Cody Baumstarck, Buck Butterfield, Vance Curtis, Elizabeth…

Returning oil and gas workers are facing the worst air pollution since 2011. Itchy eyes and scratchy throats blamed on high levels of wintertime ozone have returned to western Wyoming’s gas patch for the first time in six years. The ozone results from complex atmospheric chemistry involving cold temperatures, sunlight, snow on the ground and…

In a continued effort to make light of coming cuts in area schools, today we focus on Washakie County School District number two in Ten Sleep. During the Ten Sleep School monthly board meeting Monday evening, Ten Sleep Superintendent Jimmy Phelps explained to board members that state and federal cuts, along with an increase in…


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