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Poll Question: Clint Haskins' Pending Parole

On September 16th, 2001, eight University of Wyoming cross-country athletes lost their lives in a car accident, when another UW student who was driving drunk swerved into oncoming traffic and hit their vehicle.

Lummis: Law Defends Gov't from Environmental Group Lawsuits

Rep. Cynthia Lummis' committee on Courts, Commercial and Administrative Law will hear HR 1996, a proposed law that would prevent abuse of the Equal Access to Justice Act, according to a statement released last Thursday.

Wyoming Sees First Heavy Snowfall

CHEYENNE (AP) - Up to 14 inches of snow is forecast for the mountains in north-central Wyoming as Mother Nature put an abrupt end to summer-like weather in the state.

Elderly Couple Reported Missing in Northeast Wyoming

(Update 9 am Monday, Oct. 10): The couple was found on Saturday at about 4 pm stuck in the mud on a back road just north of the Montana border with no injuries. Sheridan Search and Rescue used the Garmin GPS installed their Chrysler 300 to locate them. They were transported to the relative's house located on Lower Powder River Road near Arvada by two Search and Rescue personnel.

Ceremony Held for Sheridan Baseball Academy Complex

About 100 from the Sheridan area gathered on the Wrench Ranch Hills future development Friday afternoon to view the area where the Sheridan Baseball Academy's complex will be built and to recognize contributors to the project.

Bison fall to Lander 14-7

The Lander Valley Tigers took control of the game early, building a 14-0 lead. Buffalo finally scores late in the game to pull within 14-7, but the Tigers hold on and run out the clock to take the 14-7 win.

Down-on-its-luck Wyo. Ski Area Up for Sale

JACKSON (AP) - Snow King Resort in Jackson Hole is up for sale, leaving locals wondering what might happen to their storied old ski hill just a few blocks from downtown Jackson.

Reservoir Fire Area Closures Lifted

Big Horn National Forest officials have reopened the Shell and Adelaide Reservoir areas for full use. The closures were put in place about a month ago because of the Reservoir Fire burning in the area.

CDC: Listeria Death Toll at 19 with more than 90 Ilnesses in 21 States

(Update: Two more deaths were reported by the CDC later Friday bringing the total to 21. One death reported was in NY and the other in Indiana.) -- Fatalities and illnesses are still being reported almost a month after the initial recall of listeria-infected cantaloupes, and the Sheridan County, Wyo. death was officially added to the Centers for Disease Control tally this week, bringing the national death toll to 19.

Yellowstone Hits 3M Summer Visitors for 3rd Year

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Yellowstone National Park administrators are reporting that more than 3 million people visited the park over the summer.

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