WPR News
2:33 pm
Tue November 16, 2010

Lost Snowmobilers Discovered

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2:31 pm
Tue November 16, 2010

Wyoming Focuses On Suicide Among Gay Youth

LARAMIE, wyo – The problem of suicides among gay youth has drawn national attention this fall and the Wyoming Department of Health is trying to raise awareness of the resources available in the state to help prevent it. Wyoming typically has among the highest suicide rates in the nation. State Suicide Prevention Specialist Keith Hotle says one of the biggest challenges is encouraging young people to talk to adults. He says 70 percent of kids won't tell an adult if they have a friend who's suicidal.

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WPR News
8:24 pm
Mon November 15, 2010

Transplanted bighorns doing well in Wyoming

GREEN RIVER, Wyo. – Bighorn sheep transplanted last year from Oregon to the Seminoe Mountains in south-central Wyoming are doing well.

Wildlife officials say at least a dozen lambs were documented this spring from last winter's transplant.

The Wyoming Game and Fish department says that agency personnel have been flying over the Seminoe range every month to monitor the movements and locations of the sheep.

The Seminoe sheep are going to be supplemented with another 20 sheep from Oregon next month.

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WPR News
8:22 pm
Mon November 15, 2010

Brucellosis Testing Comes To An End

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WPR News
8:15 pm
Mon November 15, 2010

Fremont County Hold Primary Elections

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WPR News
8:13 pm
Mon November 15, 2010

New Leaders Elected To Legislature

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WPR News
8:02 pm
Mon November 15, 2010

Freudenthal apologizes for comments about Governor-elect Mead

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WPR News
10:57 am
Mon November 15, 2010

Governor Freudenthal set to release his last budget

WPR News
10:48 am
Mon November 15, 2010

GOP legislative leaders selected

Casper, Wy – Republican legislators have chosen their leadership in the state Senate and House.
During caucuses on Saturday in Casper, Sen. Jim Anderson of
Glenrock was elected the new Senate president. Sen. Tony Ross of Cheyenne is the majority floor leader, and Sen. Phil Nicholas of Laramie is Senate vice president.
In the House, Rep. Ed Buchanan of Torrington is the new House
Speaker. Rep. Tom Lubnau of Gillette is the majority floor leader, and Rep. Matt Teeters of Lingle is the majority whip.
The Republicans will enjoy the largest majority in the Capitol

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