WPR News
7:31 am
Mon July 12, 2010

Rawlins sex trial wraps up today.

Casper, Wy – Closing arguments are planned Monday in the trial of a former Rawlins police captain accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in the 1990s.
Former police captain and Carbon County commissioner Adam Lee
Meacham has vehemently denied having any sexual relations with the
girl during trial testimony.
The 46-year-old also testified that his accuser has changed her
story, while his version that nothing happened has always been the
same.
Meacham faces five counts of immoral or indecent acts with a

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WPR News
7:28 am
Mon July 12, 2010

UW trustees plan closed Ayers meeting

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Laramie, Wy – University of Wyoming trustees plan a closed executive session to discuss a lawsuit that 1960s radical Bill Ayers filed against the school and then settled over attempts
to keep him from speaking on campus. The university eventually allowed Ayers to speak in April. Trustees plan to discuss the case this week behind closed doors.
They say they don't plan to take any action.
Wyoming's open meetings law says public governing bodies can
hold closed executive sessions on matters concerning litigation,

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WPR News
12:39 pm
Fri July 9, 2010

Law article urges BLM to do more for environment

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WPR News
6:53 pm
Thu July 8, 2010

Construction of UW football suites on schedule

WPR News
6:29 pm
Thu July 8, 2010

Economist: state's economy recovering

WPR News
11:53 am
Thu July 8, 2010

Yellowstone bear sent to zoo

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Laramie, WY – A young grizzly bear that entered one tent, damaged another and bit a generator at a
Yellowstone National Park campground has been captured and sent to a Montana zoo.
Park officials say the 185-pound male bear wasn't a good candidate for relocation in the wild, so he was taken to the Billings, Mont., zoo.
Park spokesman Al Nash says workers tried hazing the bear, but he wouldn't stay away.
A young female bear has frequented the same campground but didn't do any damage.

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