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April 17, 2014 — University of Wyoming students have elected Ahmed Balogun of Kwara, Nigeria, a junior in mechanical engineering, as the first-ever international student to be president of the Associated Students of the University of Wyoming (ASUW).

Ricardo Lind-Gonzalez of Casper, a junior in elementary education, was elected vice president.

Balogun will preside over the student
Please join the Energy City Voices for a night of Jazz, “The Riff Off”, Thursday, April 24th at the Gillette College Tech Center at 7pm. The Energy City Voices is proud to welcome FMF, recently heard at Gillette’s got talent, as their opening act. This is the final home show for this season by the Gillette College Energy City Voices.

Join them for a night of classic
 A statewide tornado drill will be conducted by the National Weather Service and emergency officials around 10:30 A.M. MDT on Friday, April 25 as part of Wyoming Severe Weather Awareness Week, April 21-25.  The exercise is used to train emergency service organizations and educate people how to respond to a tornado warning.  Communities may sound local warning sirens and many
At the Wright town council meeting this week, Wright Brothers Construction was awarded the bid for Wright's indoor arena. Wright Mayor Tim Albin said the second phase of the southern Campbell County Agricultural Complex could be up and running by the start of next year.

“To benefit all the people in our area down here, we thought the indoor arena would be a good idea.  We
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A Good Samaritan Story.
Missing boy was found.....INSIDE an arcade game. The CLAW game!
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Over 100 community members attended a rally-planning meeting in Thermopolis last night. The grassroots effort seeks to reverse the state's decision to evict Tepee Pools Incorporated from the Hot Springs State Park... (read more)

Cody City Council reached a decision regarding the proposed indoor shooting range in downtown. The council was to consider giving the range's owner, Paul Brock, permission to discharge firearms within the city limits last month. Consideration was delayed after neighboring business owners began voicing their concerns... (read more)

37 school-age children in Mammoth Hot Springs again find their education unfunded. For decades, Yellowstone National Park was using money from its entrance fees to pay Gardiner School District in Montana to educate the children of employees living in the park... (read more)

A $2.75 million asphalt pavement rehabilitation project is scheduled to begin next week on U.S. 14 between Greybull and Shell. The project was made possible by revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, passed by the Wyoming Legislature in 2013... (read more)
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How often will you purchase a Wyoming Lottery ticket?
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  I will play when the jackpot is huge.
  I will play on occasion.
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2006 Jackson steel 3 horse trailer for sale. Only used a few times, trailer is in great condition. It has a salvaged title due to damage sustained during a fire near the trailer prior to my ownership. Probably has less than 1000 miles on it.

Had trailer repaired in October 2013, new windows, paint and pinstriping on drivers side. Also new tires, new brakes, new lights and electrical, new
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