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  • Soft energy markets mean more financial trouble for Wyoming - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming fiscal analysts are warning that soft energy markets promise financial trouble for the state for years to come. The state’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Group released its annual revenue forecast Monday. The group says unprecedented declines in coal production as well as low prices for other energy require the state to brace for continued falling revenues. The report says Wyoming coal production dropped more than 30 percent in the first half of 2016 compared to the same period the year before. The report projects revenues will fall more than $150 million short of covering the two-year, $3-billion general fund budget that started in July even after the $250 million in cuts that Gov. Matt Mead made this summer. Mead is set to discuss the report Monday morning in Cheyenne.
  • 3 wolves in problematic pack targeted after livestock loss - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Three wolves in a problematic pack near Jackson are being targeted by wildlife officials after another attack on cattle. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service again sent a U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services agent to kill some of the animals. This is at least the third time the wolves have made their way onto pastures with grazing livestock. Wildlife Services has killed 11 of an estimated 19 wolves in the pack. Wolves took two calves and bit another about a week ago. Fish and Wildlife Wyoming field supervisor Tyler Abbott has not ordered the pack’s complete removal. He said he’s hopeful the pack can learn to tie livestock with danger as officials kill problem wolves.
  • Grand Junction child sex crimes trial stalls for mental exam - GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A judge has postponed a trial for a Grand Junction man accused of photographing nude underage girls for paid-subscription websites so he can undergo a mental competency evaluation. 36-year-old Kevin Renfro was arrested in July 2015 and charged with felonies including human trafficking of juveniles for sex acts, pandering a child and inducement and solicitation of child prostitution. The former Wyoming resident was scheduled for a five-day trial until his attorneys raised doubts about his competency. Prosecutors say he photographed several girls to create content for websites he was operating. Renfro will now be examined at the state psychiatric hospital in Pueblo. Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein says he expects to hear a full report from the doctor examining Renfro during a November 8 court hearing.
  • Liz Cheney has GOP advantage in Wyoming US House bid - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Liz Cheney is looking to win her father’s former post as Wyoming’s lone U.S. representative three years after she clashed with fellow Republicans by campaigning against a popular U.S. senator. A Democrat hasn’t served as Wyoming’s congressman since before Dick Cheney first won the job in 1978. Wyoming is even more Republican now. That gives Liz Cheney a party identification advantage in her race against Democrat Ryan Greene on Nov. 8. Greene works in his family’s oil field services company. Neither he nor Cheney has held office before, but Cheney is famous as a daughter of the former vice president. Cheney faced criticism in 2013 for running against Republican Sen. Mike Enzi after she moved to Jackson Hole from Virginia. She quit that race seven months before the primary.
  • Casper College plans new art building, waits for funding - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Casper College officials have revealed design plans for a new $19 million art building, but state funding for the project is expected to be delayed. The proposal calls for a two-story building to replace the college’s current Goodstein Visual Arts Center, which was built in 1977. The college presented conceptual drawings for the planned 34,000-square-foot building to the board of regents last week. The preliminary planning and designing efforts have been funded by a $300,000 state grant. Board President Roy Cohee says budget reductions may put the project lower on the state’s priority list, and that it could take two to three years for the building to come to fruition. Funding for the new art building would be split between the college and the state.
  • Sheridan appoints city administrator - SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — The city of Sheridan now has a city administrator to help oversee day-to-day local government operations. After years of deliberation regarding the position, the Sheridan City Council voted unanimously this past week to hire Mark Collins as city administrator. Collins comes to Sheridan from Laramie, where he served as the associate vice president for administration and local government relations at the University of Wyoming since July 2007. Prior to this position, he served as city manager for Laramie as well as Gunnison, Colorado. The city administrator position has been contentious with some arguing that the decision on whether to hire the position should have been left to the city’s residents. However, an effort to gather petition signatures to eliminate the position failed.



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