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SEATTLE (AP) - Representatives from Indian tribes, federal agencies and other groups plan to meet this week in Las Vegas to discuss what to do about too many wild horses in the West. Wyoming legislator Sue Wallis is a member of United Horsemen, a nonprofit group organizing the meeting.

Yellowstone National Park employees have utilized the howitzer to conduct avalanche hazard mitigation operations and have groomed the East Entrance road for motorized oversnow travel, as Sylvan Pass is now open to all oversnow travel.

We continue our series of the year's top stories. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love starts with September:

The annual eagle count will be Saturday, January 8th throughout Northeast Wyoming. Aaron Palmer brings us this report.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A proposal to end state-mandated early foreign language instruction has stalled. The Legislature's Joint Education Interim Committee failed to sponsor the measure in a 7-7 tie vote recently.

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center's Museum of Natural History is bringing in the new year with 3 wildlife field trips. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the details:

Miss Wyoming 2010, Alicia Grove of Rock Springs, was crowned in June at the WYO Theatre in Sheridan. Next Tuesday, she'll be heading to Las Vegas to compete for the Miss America crown. She tells us what she's been doing to prepare.

We continue our year-end wrap-up with the year's top stories. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter takes a look at the months of May through August.

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