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- Wyoming’s snowy Thanksgiving weather results in crashes - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Highway Patrol reports that snowy Thanksgiving weather resulted in 52 crashes across the state. The crashes occurred between early morning Wednesday and 1 p.m. Thursday. Authorities say no fatal crashes were reported, but 17 of the crashes resulted in injuries. Property was damaged in 33 crashes and two crashes were hit and runs with only property damage. The Highway Patrol Dispatch Cetner received more than 730 calls and troopers helped 107 stranded or broken down drivers.
- Wyoming authorities chase, arrest Missouri fugitive - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming authorities say they have arrested a fugitive from Missouri after shooting at and ramming the man’s vehicle as it traveled the wrong direction on the highway. Authorities say a Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper fired on the car and three law enforcement vehicles rammed it during a high-speed chase on Interstate 25 on Wednesday. Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation Director Steve Woodson says a female passenger in the vehicle was shot in the leg and has been treated for non-life-threatening injuries. He says the male driver was treated for minor injuries and taken into custody. He is wanted on a parole violation in Missouri. A trooper and his K-9 partner were hurt while ramming the vehicle and are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
- Elk numbers in National Elk Refuge pick up - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Elks’ annual migration to their winter range is on, and elk have begun showing up on the National Elk Refuge in good numbers for the first time this season. The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that the wapiti had kept their distance from the refuge through October and into mid-November But the lull in activity ended last weekend. By midweek biologists were observing more and more animals congregating in easy-to-see parts of the preserve just north of Jackson. The herd’s arrival on the 25,000-acre property is about in step with when they normally show up. The land is owned by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The bump in elk numbers on the refuge is attracting hunters, who can buy a permit to hunt through an online lottery.
- City of Lander asks residents to please shovel snow - (LANDER, Wyo.) The City of Lander is reminding homeowners to shovel sidewalks. Homeowners should shovel the snow onto the lawn rather than into the street which can create problems for motorists and also makes it difficult to park at the curb. Commercial properties have 48 hours to remove snow from sidewalks and need a permit from the city of Lander to place snow in the streets. Residential properties have five days. Sidewalks in front of empty buildings or vacant lots also are required to remove snow from sidewalks.
- Sinclair’s ‘Dino’ retakes Manhattan skies - RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) — A massive, green Apatosaurus retook to the skies of Manhattan Thursday, making its first appearance in four decades. Dino, Sinclair Oil Corporation’s mascot, floated through New York City as part of Macy’s 89th annual Thanksgiving Parade. Dino’s appearance in the world-renowned parade served as a celebratory kickoff to the company’s centennial anniversary in 2016 — which has Jack Barger, Sinclair’s vice president of marketing and supply, understandably excited. Sinclair operates one of the largest refineries in the Rocky Mountain region in the Carbon County town of Sinclair, so named in 1943 after the company acquired the refinery.
- UW tightening residency requirements for in-state tuition - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming is tightening its residency requirements for students to qualify for the nation’s lowest resident tuition. The UW Board of Trustees last week voted to approve new residency standards. Students will have to show that they’re financially independent of anyone out of state. For example, a student who lives in Wyoming but still relies on their parents in Colorado for money would not qualify for resident tuition. UW tuition last year was $13,620 for nonresidents and $3,390 residents. UW Vice President Rick Miller says the change won’t be so restrictive as to dismiss students who do plan to make Wyoming home. Student rejected for residency can appeal the decision and argue they should be counted as Wyoming residents.