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Pokes in the Pros: Week 11

CASPER, Wyo. — The University of Wyoming has produced several NFL players currently making an impact. Here’s how they did in the most recent week’s slate of games. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills It was another great week for the Bills’ star gunslinger, as Allen put up big numbers in his team’s 32–6 domination over the […]

Posted inEnergy

Wyoming nuclear plant on track despite industry setback, developer says

by Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile Factors that led to the recent demise of a “small modular reactor” energy project in Utah do not directly apply to TerraPower’s nuclear energy project in Wyoming, the company says. Timing delays, forecasted cost overruns and a growing lack of faith in the effort foiled the NuScale Power Corporation’s plans. In contrast […]

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Cheyenne man faces multiple charges after attacking neighbor, leaving small children home alone

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The Cheyenne Police Department is charging a 30-year-old man with aggravated robbery after responding to a dropped 911 call in which the last thing a dispatcher heard was a threat to fire a weapon. Bryan Christopher Morgan of Cheyenne is charged with a felony count of aggravated robbery with serious injury and […]

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Wyo Ag Dept.: Bee brood disease found in Wyoming apiary

CASPER, Wyo. — American foulbrood AFB is a devastating honeybee brood disease and was recently confirmed in a hive in Lincoln County, Wyoming. American foulbrood is an infectious, notifiable, bacterial brood disease that weakens and kills honeybee colonies. Early detection of the disease is important because routine apiary management and interchange of hive components can […]

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Public funds for private schools? Lawmakers advance ‘education savings account’ bill

by Katie Klingsporn, WyoFile A measure to create “education savings accounts” using state funds for parents to pay for costs associated with their children’s preschool education or non-public-school expenses is headed to the legislative session, despite concerns it may not be constitutional.  The Legislature’s Joint Education Committee advanced the bill on Wednesday. Under the measure, Wyoming parents whose […]