WPR News
9:22 am
Sat January 16, 2010

Workers and Rocky Mountain Power reach agreement

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WPR News
9:16 am
Sat January 16, 2010

State files final brief in wolf case

Cheyenne, Wy – Wyoming is disputing federal claims that the state's plans for managing wolves wouldn't ensure a viable minimum population of the animals.
The state on Friday filed what could be its last brief in a
lawsuit over wolves before the case goes before U.S. District Judge
Alan Johnson in Cheyenne Jan. 29. Wyoming sued after the U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service removed Endangered Species Act protection for
wolves in Montana and Idaho but not Wyoming.
Responding to the lawsuit, the Fish and Wildlife Service

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WPR News
9:15 am
Sat January 16, 2010

Freudenthal supports Gun bill

Lander, Wy – Gov. Dave Freudenthal is supporting proposed legislation to clarify Wyoming's concealed carry reciprocity law.
State Attorney General Bruce Salzburg has discovered language in
the existing law that would significantly reduce the number of
states to which Wyoming could grant reciprocity. Reciprocity is
where two states agree to accept one another's permits.
Republican Sen. Cale Case of Lander is proposing legislation to
clarify the law and remove problems with determining which states
should be granted reciprocity.

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WPR News
9:14 am
Sat January 16, 2010

Bill plans to address Mine collapsing project

Rock Springs, Wy – A state lawmaker from Rock Springs plans to draft new legislation to compensate residents whose homes were damaged by a controversial mine collapsing project in 2007.
Democratic Rep. Bernadine Craft says she intends to draft a
House bill that would amend the state AML guidelines so that money
can be used to help the homeowners repair their homes.
An attempt to address the issue in last year's session didn't
succeed.
The home were damaged when huge weights were used to try to

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WPR News
9:13 am
Sat January 16, 2010

Elk Refuge will feed later than usual

Jackson, Wy – The National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole plans to begin providing supplemental feed to elk much later than usual this year.
The reason is the elk still have plenty to eat. There's still
lots of grass left over from last year and less snow than normal
covering up that grass.
Typically the refuge begins putting out alfalfa pellets for elk
around the third week of January. Last year, feeding began Jan. 27,
about a week later than normal. This year, feeding might begin
several weeks later than usual.

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WPR News
6:42 pm
Thu January 14, 2010

Wyoming combat veterans headed back to school

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5:59 pm
Thu January 14, 2010

Real estate licenses down

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WPR News
9:40 pm
Wed January 13, 2010

DEQ refuses to discuss Sinclair fine

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