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CDC Reminds of Development Screenings, Additional Programs

The Child Development Center Region 2 wants to remind parents that fall is a good time to take advantage of their developmental screenings.

NWCCD Looking at Changing Gen. Ed. Credit Requirements

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is considering making some changes to the amount of General Education credits that are required for their Associates Degrees.

Barrasso on Healthcare: New Law Hasn't Created Promised Jobs

Wyoming US Sen. John Barrasso gave a speech on the floor of the Senate, saying that President Obama's new health care law has not created the jobs he promised it would.

UW Receives Over $200k From Americorps Program

The University of Wyoming received $217,000 from the AmeriCorps' Connecting Campus and Community Program this year.

Accident Closes Portion of I-90 Near Buffalo

An accident early Saturday evening closed a section of Interstate 90 just north of Buffalo. The incident occurred about 7 pm just south of the Rock Creek Exit in the eastbound lanes.

21-year-old Gillette Man Dies in One-Vehicle Rollover

According to a news release from the Wyoming Highway Patrol, a 21-year-old Gillette man was killed in a one-vehicle crash after being ejected from his 2002 Chevy truck when it rolled Monday, September 12th about three miles east of Gillette in Campbell County on Interstate 90.

Wyo Residents Participate in Jury Duty Practice for Law Students

WY NEWS SERVICE --- University of Wyoming Law Students will be practicing the process of selecting jurors for a criminal trial, and Wyoming residents will participate in the staged jury selection process.

Stuck 'At the KOA', Stranded Tourists Say They Have New, More Positive Opinions of Wyoming

Two stranded tourists have found an interesting way to deal with a tough situation. Stuck at the KOA campground in Sheridan, some 2,000 miles from home, the two have called on a 21st century method of raising money - viral YouTube videos.

Wyoming Remembers 8 Students Killed 10 Years Ago

LARAMIE (AP) - Even as Wyoming joined the rest of the nation this week in observing the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the state remembered another tragedy that hit closer to home.

2 Big Horn, 2 SHS Students Named Merit Semifinalists

Four area high school seniors have been named 2012 National Merit Semifinalists, and a total of 27 were selected from Wyoming.

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