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EAGLESKOVE 1330 AM and 107.7 FM, featuring only the BEST in country music — and has for over 60 years

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KDLY 97.5 FM Plays the hot music from the 60’s through the 80’s.

 

 

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  • Gap in rescue helicopter coverage begins Wednesday - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Backcountry users will not have a helicopter to help them out of a jam in the Teton area for the next two weeks as agencies make the switch between summer and winter contracts. Tuesday is the last day of the summer contract for the Teton Interagency helicopter, which is contracted by Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest and used by agencies throughout Teton County. Grand Teton spokesman Andrew White says that helicopter will no longer be available beginning on Wednesday. A helicopter under contract with Teton County Search and Rescue will not arrive until Nov. 5. Rescuers say the lack of a helicopter will make mountain rescues more time-consuming and more difficult.
  • Wyo. Now allows gay marriage - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming now allows gay marriage as a wave of court rulings brings expanded rights to same-sex couples across the nation. The state filed a legal notice today saying it won’t defend a Wyoming law that defined marriage as a union between one man and one woman. County clerks around the state today can begin to issue marriage licenses to gay couples and the state will recognize same-sex unions performed legally elsewhere.
  • Highway Patrol K9 struck and killed by semi - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming Highway Patrol K-9 who had been on the job for about two months was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer during a traffic stop on Interstate 80 in southeastern Wyoming. The patrol says K-9 “Robbie” was assisting Trooper Dave Chatfield with a vehicle search east of Elk Mountain at about 6 p.m. Sunday. After searching inside the vehicle, the dog walked into the road where it was struck by a semi that had moved to the far left lane of travel. Robbie, a Springer Spaniel, died at the scene. The patrol says the semi driver did not break any laws. Trooper Chatfield and Robbie began training together in July and started patrolling in August. Robbie was trained to detect drugs.
  • Contractor dies at Wyoming coal mine - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A contractor died in a weekend accident at Peabody Energy’s North Antelope Rochelle Mine in northeastern Wyoming. A spokeswoman with the Mine Safety and Health Administration said the contractor was driving a haul truck when it went over a high wall late Saturday. He was thrown from the truck. The man’s name has not been released. Peabody spokeswoman Charlene Murdock says MSHA officials are investigating. The contractor’s death was the second this year at North Antelope Rochelle, which is about 65 miles south of Gillette. Joshua Wishard, 25, died in June when he was crushed between the hood and frame of an impact crusher. The North Antelope Rochelle Mine is the top-producing U.S. coal mine and produced 111 million tons of coal last year.
  • Lawsuit seeks protections for wolverine - BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Another lawsuit has been filed challenging the government’s denial of federal protections for the wolverine. Thirteen advocacy groups and an ecologist were named as plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Montana. It claims the government relied on “contorted” data when it declined protections for the species in August. An estimated 250 to 300 wolverines survive in the Lower 48 states. The members of the weasel family give birth to their young in deep mountain snowfields that some scientists say could be at risk of disappearing as the climate changes. After proposing protections last year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in August said there was too much uncertainty in computer climate change models to justify protections. Two other lawsuits have been filed over the issue.
  • Wyoming-Fresno State game on ESPN2 - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming fans will be able to watch the Cowboys play at Fresno State on ESPN2 on Nov. 1. The Mountain West Conference and ESPN announced the live telecast on Monday. The game will kick off at 8:45 p.m., Mountain Time. This will mark the fourth time thus far this season that Wyoming has been scheduled to be televised on an ESPN network. Wyoming’s home games on Nov. 7 against Utah State and Nov. 22 against Boise State are both scheduled for an ESPN network telecast.

 

 

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