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Autopsy: Missing Hardin Girl Died of Hypothermia

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An autopsy has found that a 16-year-old girl who went missing from an Interstate 90 rest stop in Montana on New Year's Day died of hypothermia.

New Wyoming mine owner at odds with Komatsu over big shovels

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The new owner of two Wyoming coal mines is at odds with the owner of two huge industrial shovels. Komatsu says Eagle Specialty Materials is using its shovels without permission and compensation and has asked a West Virginia bankruptcy judge to enable Komatsu to reclaim its property.

Former CEO denies he took millions from bankrupt coal firm

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A former CEO has denied he took millions of dollars from a bankrupt Wyoming coal producer. The Gillette New Records reported Jeffrey Hoops Sr. says he went to extraordinary personal financial lengths in an attempt to save Blackjewel LLC. Lawyers for the company filed a motion in U.S.

Wyoming News Update

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HEMP-GROWING REGULATIONS

Wyoming town settles $90K racial discrimination lawsuit

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A town in Wyoming has settled a civil rights lawsuit filed by a former town employee who accused his supervisor of allegedly calling him racial slurs before firing him. Casper Star-Tribune reports that the town of Evansville will pay $90,000 to former employee Roy Mestas.

Wyoming News Update

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AP-US-COAL-EXPORTS

Army Corps studying weather network to help control flooding

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The Army Corps of Engineers is studying the possible construction of an $11.1 million network of weather stations to improve flood control across the Upper Missouri River Basin.

Wyoming News Update

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WEATHER STATIONS

Body of Hardin Teen Found Near Rest Stop Where She Went Missing

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According to https://www.ktvq.com/, Big Horn County Sheriff Lawerence Big Hair confirmed late Monday afternoon that the body of 16-year-old Selena Not Afraid of Hardin was found Monday morning about three quarters of a mile from the rest stop on Interstate 90 where she went missing.

Wyoming governor requests funding for suicide call center

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Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon has recommended providing $400,000 to fund an in-state call center for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Gordon changed course on the issue after initially rejecting the request.

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