WPR News
7:32 am
Tue March 16, 2010

Governor in Australia talking about CBM

Queensland, Australia – Gov. Dave Freudenthal is talking about coal-bed methane with officials in Queensland, Australia, as part of his weeklong trip to that continent. The trip is sponsored by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources.
The governor's office says Freudenthal talked with Australian
officials about regulations and managing water produced by coal-bed
methane wells. Freudenthal met with Premier of Queensland Anna
Bligh and spoke to about 250 people in Queensland's energy
industry.

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WPR News
7:17 am
Tue March 16, 2010

Simpson will run for Governor

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Cody, Wy – Wyoming Speaker of the House Colin Simpson says he will run for governor. Simpson says he will launch his campaign on Thursday with events in Cheyenne, Casper and Cody. Simpson will be the 4th Republican to enter the race. He joins state Auditor Rita Meyer,former state Ag Director and legislator Ron Micheli and former U-S attorney for Wyoming Matt Mead.

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WPR News
7:22 pm
Mon March 15, 2010

Wolf population in Idaho stays flat

WPR News
6:56 pm
Mon March 15, 2010

State Superintendent submits comments on No Child Left Behind

Supreme Court Chief Justice William Hill swears in new State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jim McBride.
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WPR News
8:11 am
Mon March 15, 2010

Natural gas prices are starting to slide

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WPR News
7:42 am
Mon March 15, 2010

Wyoming recieves funding for Children's program

Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming has been awarded a federal grant to help improve treatment of children with serious behavioral health disorders.
The children involved are enrolled in Medicaid and the
Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP.
The CHIP program is known in Wyoming as Kid Care CHIP. The
state's Medicaid program is known as EqualityCare.
Wyoming partnered with Maryland, Georgia and the Centers for
Health Care Strategies to submit a grant application, which was
awarded nearly $11 million. Wyoming's share will be $450,000 per

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