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Should wolves receive federal protection in Wyoming?



  • NWC volleyball sweeps, but coach seeks improvement

    NWC volleyball sweeps, but coach seeks improvement

    Trappers still battling setting woes, says Pohlman    Just enough isn’t enough for Shaun Pohlman. Although the newly ranked No. 20 Northwest College volleyball team swept Rocky Mountain College’s visiting JV team in a make-up match Tuesday at Cabre Gym, a 25-14, 25-18, 25-17 victory, the Trappers’ coach is looking for more decisive efforts.
  • EDITORIAL: Wyoming must make state’s roads safer for bicyclists

    Thumbs down to the number of Wyoming residents and visitors killed while bicycling in our state and to those who oppose efforts to make Wyoming’s highways and roads safer for bicyclists. Tim Young, executive director of Wyoming Pathways, a bicyclist support group, said there is a demand for action. Deaths have been reported in Casper, Sheridan, rural Natrona County and rural Laramie County.
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September 25, 2014 10:32 am

Thanks to an endowment in her honor, Helena De Fina’s work will continue long into the future, despite her untimely death in January.

De Fina devoted much of her life to preventing addictions and alcohol abuse among youth and promoting wellness in Park County communities, and her friends and her husband are working to make sure that legacy lives on.

September 25, 2014 9:47 am

A 57-year-old man died after being hit by a vehicle late Wednesday night in Cody.

September 25, 2014 7:33 am

Hunters sighting in their rifles for the upcoming wolf hunting season in the trophy zone or anytime in the predator zone can lower their aim after a federal judge placed Wyoming wolves back under federal protections Tuesday.

“Don’t be hunting right now because they’re on federal protection,” said Jeff Obrecht, Game and Fish information officer in Cheyenne. “It’s not news that is welcomed. We’re disappointed and we hope legally we can get resolution that benefits the state of Wyoming.”