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Wyoming Education: AP Headlines Oct. 19

CHEYENNE (AP) - A new study says 56% of the new students entering Wyoming community colleges aren't prepared for college-level courses. In addition, 23% of new students entering the University of Wyoming need help with math.

25 Now Dead in Listeria Outbreak in Cantaloupe

WASHINGTON (AP) - Twenty-five deaths in 12 states are now linked to listeria in cantaloupe, the deadliest known outbreak of foodborne illness in the U.S. in more than 25 years.

Sheridan Jaycees Turkey Shoot is Saturday

The 4th annual Sheridan Jaycees Turkey Shoot will take place this Saturday morning at the Sheridan Gun Club with all proceeds going to support Sheridan Jaycees Christmas Shopping Tour.

New District 4 Judge: Judiciary Committee Approves Bill for 2012 Legislative Session Consideration

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Judiciary Interim Committee approved a bill last Thursday in Laramie to bring before the Wyoming State Legislature next year that will allow for a second judge in District 4, encompassing Sheridan and Johnson counties.

Wolf Awareness Week: Group Wants More Trophy Game Status Wolves

WY News Service -- This week, October 17th through the 22nd, is National Wolf Awareness Week, and with the state of Wyoming close to getting back management of wolves from the feds, one group believes that the state's plan could serve to protect the animals even more.

Large Range Fires Taxed Wyo. Resources this Summer

CHEYENNE (AP) - The Wyoming State Forestry Division says more than fifty large range fires burned at least 93,000 acres of state and private land this year.

Lawmakers to Discuss Redistricting this Week in Casper

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee will meet in Casper later this week to discuss the redistricting bill that will be brought before the legislature early next year.

Wyo. Secretary of State: Brokerage Firm Pays Settlement for ARS Violations

A media release from the office of Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield on Monday stated that Wyoming has received a settlement from the brokerage firm Raymond James for misleading clients in auction rate security sales. Maxfield commented on the settlement.

'Pet-O-Ween' Scheduled Earlier this Year, Saturday October 22nd

Perhaps the only place where dressing up your pet and bringing it out into public is not frowned upon, the 11th Annual "Pet-O-Ween" event is this Saturday in Kendrick Park.

Arvada/Clearmont: Students Thriving in Technology-Driven Environment

Sheridan County School District No. 3 may be proving that learning is made easier with advantageous student teacher ratios, and using a myriad of tools like Smartboards, iPads, and even webcam technology that allowed students to take an interactive field trip last year to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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