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6:27 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Cowboys take to field for first time after tragedy

WPR News
6:19 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Cowboys end a long week with a tough game at Texas

Laramie, WY – Cowboys face Texas
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6:17 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Southeast Wyoming community sees rise in people seeking help

Southeast Wyoming community sees rise in people seeking help

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6:16 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Southeast Wyoming community sees rise in people seeking help

Wyoming – We are going to begin today by updating a story we did earlier this year. While reporting on another story surrounding the increase of food stamps it was noted the Public Assistance increased substantially in Goshen County. The numbers were a surprise because the new Medium security prison had just opened in Torrington.
Some speculated that the prison may have led to families of inmates moving into the community but the issue was much more complicated than that.

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6:15 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Zombie housing subdivisions attack rural valley

Zombie housing subdivisions attack rural valley

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6:14 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Orchestra takes on new works for new season

Orchestra takes on new works for new season

Wyoming – The University of Wyoming Symphony Orchestra opens its season next week and Director Michael Griffith joins us to explain .

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6:13 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Almanac: Winter should be dry in Wyoming

Almanac: Winter should be dry in Wyoming

Wyoming – This year's Farmer's Almanac says that as of 2009 there has been a 19 percent increase in hobby farms and urban gardens. The Almanac says it's purpose is to useful and a little humorous. But, what we all want to know is the almanac's weather forecast.
Editor Sarah Perrault says for Wyoming the forecast varies.

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6:11 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

A new push for a civil discussion

A new push for a civil discussion

Wyoming – The National Endowment for the Humanities is hoping to address what they believe is a national concern: the lack of civility. The Wyoming Council for the Humanities will soon be launching a statewide effort to address the issue called Civility matters. Marcia Britton is the Director of the Wyoming Humanities Council and Jim Leach is the National Endowment chairman. Leach is coming to Wyoming next week. He explains why this is such a concern

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6:09 pm
Fri September 10, 2010

Campbell County has more to do to support Latinos

Campbell County has more to do to support Latinos

Wyoming – There have been Latino families living in Gillette for decades, but in the last handful of years the population has boomed. Now, estimates are that the community is well over 1000 strong - a significant number in a city of roughly 25 thousand.
So how is Gillette adjusting? Many say there are significant challenges that the city has not yet faced. Molly Messick reports

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