WPR News
7:28 pm
Tue April 12, 2011

Official explains Wyoming's gaming increase

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WPR News
6:18 pm
Mon April 11, 2011

Group is critical of Wyoming's Wage Gap

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5:09 pm
Mon April 11, 2011

Tribal gaming strong in Wyoming

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Wind River, WY – A report says Wyoming showed one of the strongest growth rates for tribal gaming revenue in 2009.The Indian Gaming Industry Report ranked Wyoming with the second
highest growth rate that year at nearly 21 percent.
The report does not show specific revenue amounts generated by
the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone casinos on the Wind River
Indian Reservation because those figures are confidential.
Only Alabama had a higher tribal gaming growth rate in 2009.

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WPR News
4:58 pm
Mon April 11, 2011

Wyoming pushes health buddies program

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6:43 pm
Fri April 8, 2011

Life is difficult for young ranchers

Life is difficult for young ranchers

Wyoming – Young people in Wyoming angling for a career in agriculture face plenty of hurdles. Land is expensive and profit margins are narrow. But as the average age of Wyoming's ranchers creeps up, agricultural leaders in the state are looking for ways to make ranching a viable career for interested young producers. Wyoming Public Radio's Kathryn Flagg visits a ranch near Cheyenne for this report.

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6:42 pm
Fri April 8, 2011

A new program is trying to encourage Wyoming high school and Community College students to attend College

A new program is trying to encourage Wyoming high school and Community College students to attend College

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6:40 pm
Fri April 8, 2011

A teacher in Thermopolis teaches using technology

A teacher in Thermopolis teaches using technology

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6:38 pm
Fri April 8, 2011

The federal wild lands policy has Wyoming's Congressional delegation concerned

The federal wild lands policy has Wyoming?s Congressional delegation concerned

Washington D.C. – The Obama administration's controversial wild lands policy certainly has the attention of Wyoming's Congressional delegation. It is also about to become a pawn in Congress' fight over the federal budget. From Washington, Elizabeth Wynne Johnson explains.

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6:37 pm
Fri April 8, 2011

Some low income college programs face a federal budget cut

Some low income college programs face a federal budget cut

Wyoming – Among the proposed federal budget cuts in the U-S House version of the federal budget is several million dollars to what are called Trio programs. U-W's Associate Director of Student Educational Opportunities is Michael Wade. He tells Bob Beck that the proposed cuts would mainly hurt low income students.

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