WPR News
9:04 am
Tue May 29, 2007

Southwest Hurt By Drought

Laramie, Wy –
The eastern half of Wyoming has seen significant improvement in its drought situation this spring. But State Climatologist Steve Gray says the Western half of the state has NOT done very well. "The situation that we're seeing over there is that we've already seen peak stream flow, we've basically already melted a lot of these areas out and we've seen the most water in those streams that we're going to see throughout this entire season."
Gray says in some places in Western Wyoming, the snow

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WPR News
9:02 am
Tue May 29, 2007

Business council To Decide Fate Of Imagine Jackson

Gillette, Wy – The Wyoming Business Council board is
expected to decide tomorrow (Wednesday) whether to approve a
one-(m)-million grant for a nonprofit group in Gillette.
The group, Imagine Jackson, seeks to create well-paying jobs for
highly skilled workers. Members of the group say that building the
building would help the group to fulfill its mission.
But Wyoming Business Council staff members say that the Business
Council should NOT approve the grant. The staff members say that
the group's business plan is NOT specific enough.

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WPR News
9:00 am
Tue May 29, 2007

Bison Kill Begins

Billings, Montana – Montana plans to capture and kill as many
as 300 Yellowstone National Park bison -- including as many as 100
calves -- in the wake of the state's first positive test for
brucellosis.
The state Board of Livestock says the move has been expedited to
help make sure Montana doesn't lose its brucellosis-free status,
which will happen if a second herd tests positive.
The board was told at an emergency meeting today that a large
number of bison are resisting hazing efforts in the West

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WPR News
8:58 am
Tue May 29, 2007

Wind River Tribal College Has First Grads

Wind River, Wy – The Wind River Tribal college sent its first graduates into the world this month. They received associate of arts degrees in general studies. The college also offers degrees in Arapaho language and environmental science, and plans to add degrees in social work, early childhood development and business. College director Marlin Spoonhunter says that should help degree-seeking reservation residents who have had to travel many miles to the nearest community college.

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WPR News
8:18 am
Mon May 28, 2007

ATV Use, Accidents Up Memorial Day Weekend

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WPR News
7:50 am
Mon May 28, 2007

WY Receives Grant to Increase Elders' Civic Engagement

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WPR News
7:47 am
Mon May 28, 2007

Natrona, Converse Pilot Aging Resource Centers

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WPR News
7:44 am
Mon May 28, 2007

UW Hosts First State-Endowed Professor

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