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Today’s top stories:
Low livestock numbers coupled with excellent range conditions have set the table for a strong market year for Wyoming ranchers.
Casper-based Infinite Outdoors aims to change the way people hunt in Wyoming by getting them on exclusive private properties at rates average folks can afford. They say their approach will help keep hunting from becoming a "rich man's pastime."
Wendy Bidstrup met the charming David Leyba in the park in Laramie one sunny afternoon after he’d biked all the way from Denver to Laramie. Leyba now faces up to 10 years in prison for allegedly breaking Wendy’s face — and he is still on the loose.
Fossils are found everywhere around Wyoming, but finding a Mongolian dinosaur in a Wyoming rock shop is unique. And illegal.
And an increasing number of students, corporations and tourists are looking for the kind of out-of-the-world experience which can only be had under a vast night sky unpolluted by modern lights. It’s called astro-tourism, and a company in Jackson Hole has been capitalizing on Wyoming’s clear air and dark skies.
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KYDT/KBFS — Sundance
KYCN/KZEW — Wheatland
KANT — Guernsey
KZQL — Casper
KMXW — Casper
KTGA/KBDY — Saratoga
KJAX — Jackson
KZWY — Sheridan
KROE — Sheridan
KWYO — Sheridan
KYOY — Cheyenne
KRAE — Cheyenne
KDLY — Lander
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