WPR News
7:53 pm
Tue May 3, 2011

Gillette city council votes down gun ban

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WPR News
7:51 pm
Tue May 3, 2011

Snow could delay work on a Wyoming highway

Jackson, WY – Heavy snowpack could delay the start of this year's work to rebuild U.S. 26-287 over Togwotee Pass. The road work has been ongoing since 2006. To date, 29.5 miles
of roadway has been rebuilt. Just 8.5 miles remain - the final
section over Rosie's Ridge in eastern Teton County.
This year's work will include stabilizing six landslide areas.
Workers also plan to build a wildlife underpass to try to reduce
roadkill.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation says the project's

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WPR News
8:48 pm
Mon May 2, 2011

In the wake of Bin Laden's death, remembering Wyoming's losses

Laramie, WY – Since the September 11th attacks, 33 Wyoming service members have died as part of the Global War on Terror. Thirty were on active duty, and three were members of the Wyoming National Guard.

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WPR News
3:48 pm
Mon May 2, 2011

Wyoming wins Supreme Court Case

WPR News
10:27 am
Mon May 2, 2011

Senator Enzi reacts to the death of Osama bin Laden

Laramie, WY – Wyoming U-S Senator Mike Enzi has released a statement in reaction to the death of Osama bin Laden. Enzi says his prayers are with the families and loved ones of the thousands of people killed in the September 11 attacks and in the global war against terrorism. Enzi said in a quote "The death of Osama bin Laden cannot make up for the loss of life but it can bring hope that freedom will not die and America remains strong." Enzi thanks military men and women who risk their lives to keep America safe.

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WPR News
10:12 am
Mon May 2, 2011

Wyoming hampered by slow internet

WPR News
10:08 am
Mon May 2, 2011

Teachers will try and save education program

Cheyenne, WY – A group of Cheyenne-area educators say they'll spend the summer trying to raise $30,000 to help fund a civic education program that fell victim to federal budget cuts. Students participating in We the People: the Citizens and the
Constitution program study and debate the U.S. Constitution, other
founding documents and many court cases. The nationwide program
lost about $22 million in federal funding after it was placed on a
list of earmarks, which came under scrutiny during budget talks.

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