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August 26, 2016

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 By Scott Nulph    Sports    August 26, 2016

Cowgirls chipping up in 2016

LARAMIE – University of Wyoming volleyball players will likely be carrying a little something extra in their travels this weekend as they open the 2016 season at the Purdue Mortar Board...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    August 26, 2016

Exemption granted for in-home childcare

WORLAND – A special exemption for in-home childcare was approved at the Worland Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission meeting Thursday afternoon. Krystal Re said, “I went through all the hoops,” and while the state gave her a maximum...

 
 By Tesia Galvan    News    August 26, 2016

A helping hand

WORLAND – A 13-year-old Worland Middle School student built a prosthetic hand using a 3-D printer. Eighth-grade student Hyrum Rich spent his summer taking enriched courses in computer technology and...

 

Governor Mead asks agency heads to look for additional budget savings

CHEYENNE – Governor Matt Mead sent a letter to State Agency Directors on August 24, 2016 encouraging them to look for additional efficiencies in their budgets. The State revenue shortfall, as the Governor told the Joint Appropriations Committee in...

 
 By Karla Pomeroy    News    August 26, 2016

Triumphant at State Fair Horse Show

DOUGLAS — Three horse show competitors earned multiple ribbons at the Wyoming State Fair in Douglas last week. Two Washakie County 4-H members earned a couple of championships at the State Fair. Maddie Fantaskey captured three grand championships,...

 

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