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December 28, 2016

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 By Alex Kuhn    Sports    December 28, 2016

Cowboys look to build consistency heading into 2017

LARAMIE – There were a lot of firsts and unexpected happenings for the University of Wyoming football program in 2016, most of which were good. But as the Cowboys look ahead to 2017, the biggest...

 By Joel Funk    News    December 28, 2016

Professor of practice designation implemented at UW

LARAMIE (AP) — For Brian Toelle, a visiting professor of petroleum engineering at the University of Wyoming, it’s been an enjoyable change of pace for the industry professional in his second year teaching courses and working with students. “I...


Israel: 'Ironclad information' White House behind UN rebuke

JERUSALEM (AP) — Doubling down on its public break with the Obama administration, a furious Israeli government on Tuesday said it had received “ironclad” information from Arab sources that Washington actively helped craft last week’s U.N....

 By Marcus Huff    News    December 28, 2016

Shoshone National Forest seeking input on bike trails

CODY – The Shoshone National Forest is inviting public comment on a proposal to add 35 miles to the existing mountain bike trail system, through a combination of building new trails, and adding to existing non-system trails, old roads and...


Plans for new auto parts store in old Cow Camp lot

WORLAND — The Cow Camp restaurant in Worland, which closed earlier this year, was demolished over the weekend, apparently to make room for an O’Reilly Auto Parts Store. Nick Kruger of the City of Worland Department of Building Safety, said the...


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