Archive - Aug 1, 2009

Wyoming State Parks Making Do In Face Of Cutbacks

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Wyoming's state parks chief Domenic Bravo says his agency will continue to provide the best customer service possible despite state budget cuts, but there have been reductions in staff and some daily services.

08/01/09 Sports for Saturday

AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL - The 2009 State American Legion Baseball Tournament enters it's final day in Rock Springs, and is down to the final three teams. Post #6 from Cheyenne is well on their way to winning their 8th title in the last 9 years. Post #6 waits for an opponent tonight in the championship game as Gillette and Powell dual for the right to face the Eagles.

There Are A Number Of Registration Dates Coming Up For School District Two

It may seem hard to believe, but summer is just about over and that means preparations are underway for the upcoming school year. Sheridan County School District Two Assistant Superintendent Tom Sachse tells us about the upcoming registrations that will be taking place for the District.

Lummis Pushes for More Access to Wyoming Public TV

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis, has introduced the "Statewide Public Television Access Act," to enable every DISH Network subscriber in the state to have full access to Wyoming Public Television.

Wyoming Farmers Testing Oilseed Crops

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Wyoming's agriculture industry is conducting research on growing and processing oilseed crops in an effort to diversify farming in the state. Donn Randall of the Wyoming Business Council says there are about 1,500 new acres of test crops around the state. They include varieties of camelina, canola and sunflowers.

Work On Cheyenne Supercomputer To Begin In Spring

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Construction on a climate-modeling supercomputing facility near Cheyenne is expected to begin next spring. Governor Dave Freudenthal announced Friday that design work is expected to be done by next March, with construction to follow soon after.