WPR News
6:30 pm
Fri January 29, 2010

Laramie's tree area gets historic designation

Laramie, WY – An old neighborhood in Laramie has been added to the National Register of Historic places. It's officially known as the University Neighborhood Historic District, but in Laramie it's more commonly called the tree area. It is located south of the University campus.

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WPR News
9:04 pm
Thu January 28, 2010

Forest service wants to cancel oil and gas leases

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9:00 pm
Thu January 28, 2010

Governor pushes for constitutional change

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8:59 pm
Thu January 28, 2010

Cities and counties get more money

Cheyenne, Wy – The legislatures Joint Appropriations committee has voted to increase the amount of
money local government will get in the state budget. The Governor had recomended 157 million dollars, but today (Thursday) the J-A-C voted to increase that amount to 175-million. But it will still be about 300 million less than local governments receive in the current budget.

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8:57 pm
Thu January 28, 2010

Rocky Mountain Power proposes rate decrease

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8:48 pm
Thu January 28, 2010

Medical help trying to leave Wyoming for Haiti

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8:46 pm
Wed January 27, 2010

Survey unveils youth risks

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8:44 pm
Wed January 27, 2010

Ron Micheli announces campaign for Governor

Casper, Wy – Ron Micheli of Fort Bridger is kicking off his campaign for the Republican nomination to run for Wyoming governor.
Micheli is a former state representative and former director of
the Wyoming Department of Agriculture. He plans campaign stops
Wednesday in Cheyenne and Casper.
Micheli says he wants to defend citizens' constitutional rights
and defend Wyoming's sovereignty from infringement by the federal
government.
State Auditor Rita Meyer and former U.S. Attorney Matt Mead have

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WPR News
8:43 pm
Wed January 27, 2010

Rita Meyer parts company with campaign worker

Cheyenne, Wy – A Wyoming gubernatorial candidate has cut ties with a volunteer who used a bit of online trickery to misdirect visitors trying to link to her opponent's Web site.
Republican candidate Rita Meyer said Wednesday that volunteer
Paul Montoya was no longer working for her campaign.
Meyer says she had been unaware of Montoya's decision to
register a Web address very similar to rival Republican candidate
Matt Mead's.
Montoya's action meant visitors to mattmeadforgovernor.com were
sent to Meyer's Web site.

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WPR News
8:41 pm
Wed January 27, 2010

State works on the census

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