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  • Barrasso holds drug hearing on Wind River Indian Reservation - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Senator John Barrasso is chairing a congressional field hearing on the Wind River Indian Reservation next week to hear testimony on how drugs are harming Native American communities. Barrasso is Wyoming’s junior Republican senator. He serves as chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Mike Danylak is Barrasso’s press secretary on the Indian Affairs committee. Danylak says the oversight hearing will hear testimony from tribal and law enforcement officials. He says it’s dealing with the topic of drugs in general and is not tied to particular legislation. The hearing is from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 31, at the Wyoming Tech Center at Wyoming Indian High School in Ethete.
  • 6 injured in crash in Wind River Canyon on Sunday - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A vehicle collided with a rock in the Wind River Canyon, causing an accident that injured six Cody residents. Authorities say the accident occurred about 11:40 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 20 south of Thermopolis. They group was returning from a wrestling tournament in Denver. Reports state the 1999 Jeep was traveling north when the vehicle’s left front tire struck a rock in the roadway. After colliding with the rock, the vehicle left the roadway, rolled onto its roof, and hit the canyon wall. Police say the occupants of the vehicle were taken to area hospitals, including the driver, 18-year-old Benjamin Flickinger, a 9-year-old girl, two 15-year-old boys, a 16-year-old boy and 58-year-old Charles B. Flickinger. The four boys were wrestlers with a Cody club. The crash remains under investigation.
  • Wyoming gets surplus federal medical station - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming is the first state to receive a 250-bed surplus medical station from the federal government. The Wyoming Department of Health says the station will boost the state’s ability to meet emergency medical needs. The federal government decided last year that 18 of its 50 federal medical stations would be considered surplus and made available for states that wanted them. Wyoming received one earlier this month. The station includes equipment and supplies designed to serve as a 250-bed medical station that can provide surge bed capacity near areas affected by disasters. Materials are non-perishable and include a wide range of items such as chairs, gloves, hand-washing stations, blankets, diapers, office supplies, cleaning equipment and beds.
  • Lander will host the jackalope jump this Thursday - (LANDER, Wyo.)  Dressed in crazy costumes, residents all over Lander will jump into freezin’ cold waters to raise money for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes tomorrow (Thursday).   There is excitement and anticipation in the air as friends gather to share the afternoon, celebrate the abilities and accomplishments of Special Olympics athletes, and prepare to jump! There will be snacks and hot beverages to enjoy, opportunities to win awards and prizes and lots of fun costumes! This fundraiser is a family-friendly, community event that brings together local residents, friends from neighboring towns, as well as brave individuals of all ages. Thursday’s events starts with registration at 2:45 at Lander Valley High School.  The Jump will begin at 3:45pm.
  • Sweetwater Events Complex considers $3.1M for horse stalls - ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. (AP) — Sweetwater Events Complex officials say replacing and adding more horse stalls will cost about $3.1 million. Complex Director Larry Lloyd says the facility near Rock Springs currently has 284 stalls that are about 40 years old and deteriorating. Lloyd said in the last year alone, the events complex had a 20 percent increase in usage. The facility has to rent stalls to meet the 1,700-stall demand for the National High School Finals Rodeo. Officials are looking at building 850 new stalls as well as other related improvements. The matter came up Tuesday during a meeting of the board that oversees the events complex. No decision was made.  
  • Nebraska panel delays vote on fracking water disposal site - SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — The Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has delayed a decision on a proposal for a Sioux County disposal site for wastewater from oil exploration. The commission heard 2½ hours of public comment Tuesday at its Sidney headquarters before convening a specific hearing on the proposal from Terex Energy Corp. The Broomfield, Colorado-based company wants to truck salty groundwater and fracking wastewater that result from oil searches and production in Wyoming, Colorado and, eventually, Nebraska, to a ranch north of Mitchell, Nebraska. The water would be injected into an old oil well on the ranch. Critics of the proposal have cited possible threats to surface water and the Ogallala aquifer. Company officials deny the plan poses any threat to water resources. The commission has 30 days to make its ruling.

 

 

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