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UW professor prioritizes training scientists

Jake Goheen, an associate professor in the University of Wyoming Department of Zoology and Physiology, has been studying Kenyan wildlife for almost 15 years.

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Sunday 10/23/2016
Local radio station begins pledge drive
Posted: October 23, 2016

Their phones might be down temporarily, but local radio station KOCA is persevering with its fall fund drive.

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Officials: Wyoming elections not rigged
Posted: October 23, 2016

Wyoming’s secretary of state and Albany County’s clerk want to assure voters that elections in the state’s 23 counties are not rigged.

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Scott Davis returns to old role as fire warden
Posted: October 23, 2016

Firefighting is a way of life for Scott Davis — even after retiring, he continues to make public service a priority.

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Saturday 10/22/2016
Police report inappropriate activity on mobile app for teens
Updated: October 22, 2016 - 10:52 pm

Laramie Police Department and Albany County School District No. 1 officials are warning parents about a popular mobile app they claim creates an environment conducive to teen cyberbullying, with several instances of inappropriate activity already occurring in the community.

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GOP accuses Democrats of deceiving voters
Posted: October 22, 2016

With the 2016 general election drawing near, the Wyoming Republican Party is alleging Democrats in Wyoming and Laramie are working with fraudulent groups to engage in shadowy tactics to win contested races — an accusation the organizations and candidates in question deny.

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Oct. 17-21: One pleads guilty; 1 sentenced; 1 denies charges
Posted: October 22, 2016

Colorado man admits to possession of heroin

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Friday 10/21/2016
Supreme Court hears Bohling appeal
Posted: October 21, 2016

The Wyoming Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday in the appeals case of former Albany County Attorney Richard Bohling, whose attorneys are challenging multiple criminal convictions stemming from the purchase of cameras and other electronics with county money.

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Computer crimes charge dismissed
Posted: October 21, 2016

A felony charge was dismissed this week against a former Wyoming Department of Transportation employee accused of accessing a government database without authorization and keeping a list of state employee’s personal information.

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