6:55 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Bible Discussion

Laramie, WY – University of Wyoming religious studies director Paul Fleisher discusses the bible.

6:53 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Wolf Managment Lawsuit

Wyoming – A three-judge panel of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments on the state's lawsuit over wolf management this week.

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6:53 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Gail Norton resigns

Gail Norton resigns. – Gail Norton resigns.

6:52 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Wyoming Consumer Advocate Bryce Freeman

Wyoming – A conversation about Wyoming's telecommunications law and what consumers can expect for natural gas prices in the future.

6:51 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Drinking in Moving Vehicles

Wyoming – The legislature defeats an attempt to outlaw drinking in moving vehicles.

6:49 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Wyoming's Methamphetamine effort

Wyoming – Wyoming is pleased with Congressional Methamphetamine effort.

6:06 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Wyoming's Methamphetamine effort

Wyoming – Wyoming is pleased with Congressional Methamphetamine effort.

6:02 am
Fri March 10, 2006

Wyoming Consumer Advocate Bryce Freeman

Wyoming – A conversation about Wyoming's telecommunications law and what consumers can expect for natural gas prices in the future.

WPR News
9:05 am
Wed March 8, 2006

Open Container Law To Remain Unchanged

Cheyenne, WY – It is still legal in Wyoming for passengers to have an open container of alcohol in a moving vehicle. A bill to outlaw this narrowly died Wednesday in the state legislature. The bill banning open containers of alcohol needed just one more vote in the House of Representatives to become law. But, for now it is dead. The sponsor of this bill, Senator Tony Ross, says this is the angriest he's ever been. Those voting against the bill say there are other laws on the book that focus on drunk driving and this bill would go too far.

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WPR News
9:04 am
Wed March 8, 2006

Naming Rights Up for Grabs

Gillette, WY – Developers of the new Cam-plex Multi-Event Center in Gillette are hoping to sell the naming rights to the facility. But general manager Dan Barks says it won't be easy to find a big-name, big-money sponsor because of Gillette's remote location and low population. Barks says it might prove easier if the facility was along Interstate 90, which it is not. Barks says he's heard estimates that the facility might get two (M) million dollars for naming rights. That revenue would come in handy.

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