A conversation with democratic U-S House candidate David Wendt.
Wyoming – Democratic candidate for U-S House, David Wendt lives in Jackson and has spent his career working on federal and international policies. He worked in Washington D-C at the bipartisan Center for Strategic and International Studies. In Wyoming, Wendt established the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs. He speaks with WPR's Renny MacKay.
Wolf scat is being used as a way to ward off wolves.
Montana – A researcher from the University of Montana is in Idaho, testing whether humans can snooker wolves by laying down wolf scat around areas where livestock graze. The hope is that the wolves won't cross those natural barriers and leave cows alone. Doug Nadvornick of the Northwest News Network has more.
Wyoming – For the second year in a row, Cheyenne will be host to a filmmakers' event called shootout Cheyenne. It's a contest where filmmakers put together a movie in 24 hours. Alan O'Hashi oversees the program. He Speaks to Bob Beck.
University of Wyoming retention for tribal students is falling.
Wyoming – Recent figures released by the University of Wyoming show enrollment is higher than it's been since 1991. But while the numbers for general enrollment have been steadily rising, retention numbers for Native American students have been falling. Wyoming Public Radio's Tristan Ahtone has more.
Laramie, Wyo. – The Wyoming Representative who last year sponsored the Firearms Freedom Act says that he expects to see many more bills asserting states' rights during the legislative session this winter. States' rights measures were ascendant in states across the west and south last year, and Wyoming was no exception.