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August 12th, 2014

Who Will Win Big In the Primary Elections?

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The 2014 Republican primary is shaping up to be a real doozy.

Just about all the statewide action of this political cycle will be decided in less than a week from right now. Thus, it is time to make some SWAG predictions. (SWAG stands for Scientific Wild A** Guess).

Gillette Man Dies in Crash

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A 25-year-old man from Gillette was killed Sunday morning in a rollover crash on U.S. Highway 51, two miles east of Gillette.

Windy Ridge Communication Tower Back Up

A Johnson County communication tower was down last month. Hannah Stepenoff has the the details.

NW Pipeline Project Coming to a Close

The Northwest (NW) Pipeline is near completion, as the five month construction that began in April is coming to a close.

Kaycee Town Council Chose New Member

The Kaycee Town Council has a new dynamic with the introduction of new member Barry Gehrig. Council members chose him to fill the spot left vacant after member Gus Hill's death in May.

Miller Would Change How Congress Passes Laws

U.S. Senate candidate Bryan Miller, who’s going up against senior Republican Senator Mike Enzi in the primary to represent the people of Wyoming in Washington, says his military experience has prepared him for the job.

Kinskey Prepares for Legislative Session

Recently appointed state Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan is facing a learning curve to get up to speed on issues.

August 11th

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 12, 1914

Mine inspector W.E. Jones visited New Acme yesterday.

JCSD1 Talks Handbook Changes, Bus Routes

Topics of discussion at Monday night's School Board of Trustees meeting included handbook changes for schools in the district, bus routes, and the Burritt Avenue Reconstruction Project.