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  • Wildfire near Dubois grows bigger, more evacuations - (DUBOIS, Wyo.) The Lava Mountain Fire near Dubois continues to expand and more evacuations are being planned. As of today (Wednesday) the fire has consumed 18 square miles and is threatening almost 300 homes. There are now 749 firefighters on scene making up 6 crews, using 6 helicopters, 10 water tenders, 3 dozers, 55 engines, and 3 skidgines Primary focus yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon was providing structure protection in the Union Pass and Teton Valley Ranch areas as well as in the Timberline and Big Diamond Ranch areas along Highway 26. As of 10:00 pm last night (Tuesday) no structures have been lost. The fire has burned around the Teton Valley Ranch Camp with no structures lost and continues to move in a southerly direction crossing Crooked Creek west of the Teton Valley Ranch as well as easterly, crossing the Teton Valley Ranch Road North of the Camp. The fire is now pushing against ...
  • Cheyenne man dies in motorcycle crash near Colorado border - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An 81-year-old Cheyenne man is dead after his motorcycle apparently pulled into the path of a pickup truck on Interstate 25 on the Wyoming-Colorado state line. The Wyoming Highway Patrol said 81-year-old Richard Weeks had stopped at the “Welcome to Colorado” sign Monday morning and was attempting to cross the interstate when he was struck by the pickup truck. Weeks was wearing a helmet, but died at the scene. The Colorado man driving the pickup and his three passengers were not injured. The patrol says careless driving may be the cause of the crash.
  • Wyoming woman dies in Montana crash - BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A 23-year-old woman from Lander, Wyoming was killed in a rollover crash near Decker in Big Horn County, just north of the Montana-Wyoming border. The Montana Highway Patrol said the crash was reported at about 8:20 p.m. Tuesday on Secondary Highway 314. The patrol says the woman was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle that went off the road. The 22-year-old Sheridan, Wyoming man who was driving overcorrected, causing the vehicle to slide across the highway and then roll twice. The woman was not wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected from the SUV. She died at the scene. The driver was hospitalized, but his condition was not known. Officials were withholding the woman’s name until her family could be notified.
  • Man involved in fatal crash is acquitted of manslaughter - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Casper man involved in a two-vehicle crash in Gillette that killed his passenger has been acquitted of vehicular manslaughter and negligence. Circuit Judge Wendy Bartlett determined there was not enough evidence that Lynn Poppell was under the influence of a controlled substance to convict him. Investigators say Poppell was headed south on Highway 50 when his Jeep went off the road Feb. 2, 2015. He overcorrected, veered across the highway and crashed into an oncoming pickup. A passenger in Poppell’s Jeep, 32-year-old Alfred Banda, of Sheridan, died at the scene. Witnesses said Poppell appeared to be looking down while driving. One test confirmed he had methamphetamines in his system, but another determined he wasn’t under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • Hundreds attend UW budget town hall - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — As the University of Wyoming scours its budget for places to cut expenses, one idea that will be looked at is hiring private contractors for non-academic work, such as landscaping. Michael Pishko is dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the university in Laramie. Pishko says a university’s core mission is teaching, research and service to the state, not plumbing or landscaping. Pishko says third-party services are regularly used at other universities. UW President Laurie Nichols said the idea will be analyzed once other, more pressing matters have been attended. Hundreds of faculty and staff attended a town hall meeting Tuesday that Nichols called to provide information about the budget cuts that have occurred and are planned for in the future.
  • Cooking oil, graphene among CO2 capture prize entry ideas - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Forty-seven entries from seven countries have been submitted for a $20 million competition to capture and use greenhouse emissions from power plants. Proposals include turning carbon dioxide into products as common as cooking oil or as exotic as graphene, a substance much stronger than steel. Other ideas include using carbon dioxide to produce biofuels. The NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE announced the entrants Wednesday. The first round of competition happens only on paper. The second round involves demonstrations in a lab. The third and final round uses real emissions from a coal-fired power plant in Wyoming and a gas-fired power plant in the Canadian province of Alberta. The winner will demonstrate the most profitable way to make products from CO2 to defray the cost of keeping the gas out of the atmosphere.    

 

 

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