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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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  • Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment - UW SCIENCE Mead appoints panel to improve UW science CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead has appointed a task force to study how to improve the science programs and laboratories at the University of Wyoming. The Task Force on Science and Facilities consists of nine accomplished scientists, industry leaders and others. Former Gov. Dave Freudenthal (FREE’-den-thawl) is among its members. The Legislature created the panel as a first step in a process for UW to become one of the top academic and research institutions in science and engineering. The group is scheduled to meet for the first time on Sept. 9-10 in Laramie. It expects to have a report by Nov. 1 to the governor, who will then submit any funding recommendations for program and facilities improvements to the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee. BISON-HUNT Bison hunt starts slowly in northwest Wyoming JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Hunters haven’t had much success at the start of the annual Jackson ...
  • Pinedale man faces attempted murder charges - PINEDALE, Wyo. (AP) — A Pinedale man faces attempted murder charges alleging he attacked three women in their homes over the past four years. Sublette County Attorney Neal Stelting this week filed felony charges against 36-year-old Brian James McDonald accusing him of the three attacks. Investigators say the women were attacked in their sleep and beaten with blunt objects, suffering serious head injuries. McDonald was arrested in July and charged with the 2010 attack. This week, Stelting dismissed the earlier charge and filed new charges incorporating the 2010 attack as well as attacks in 2012 and earlier this year. Circuit Court Judge Curt Haws set bail for McDonald at $1 million at his initial court appearance Thursday. No attorney represents McDonald yet. He faces a preliminary hearing Sept. 4.
  • 7,700 lottery players in Wyoming win money - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — No one hit the jackpot, but nearly 7,700 people who bought lottery tickets in Wyoming this week received some kind of payback. The Wyoming Lottery Corp. reports that nearly 4,900 players won a total of about $21,000 in the first Mega Millions drawing Tuesday night and just over 2,800 players won a total of about $25,000 during the Powerball drawing Wednesday night. The largest winner was $2,500 for a Mega Millions ticket sold in Riverton. Two others won $500 each. Five people won $300 in the Powerball game. Wyoming began selling lottery tickets for the first time on Sunday. Mega Millions drawings are on Tuesdays and Fridays, while Powerball numbers are picked on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The current estimated Powerball jackpot is $90 million, and Mega Millions is $20 million.
  • Fremont County man sentenced to federal prison - (CHEYENNE, Wyo.)  62 year old Charles Daniel Shamblen of Fremont County, was sentenced by Federal District Court Judge Scott W. Skavdahl on August 21, (2014), for abusive sexual contact of a minor. Shamblen received 360 months imprisonment; to be served consecutively to his undischarged term of imprisonment of 15-20 years, imposed by the Fremont County District Court. Additionally, Shamblen was ordered to pay a $100.00 special assessment and a $2,000.00 fine. Upon release from custody, Shamblen will be placed on a life-time term of supervised release.
  • Casper councilman wants city ethics investigation - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Casper City Council member who was accused of ethics violations is demanding an investigation into whether other city officials violated ethics laws. The Casper Star-Tribune reported Friday Councilman Craig Hedquist asked the city attorney to investigate the purchase of heavy equipment from a company where City Manager John Patterson’s wife works. The purchase was approved by the council. Patterson has said he didn’t initiate the purchase and that it was handled properly. Hedquist also asked for an investigation into a request by Councilwoman Kenyne Schlager last March for a police check on Hedquist’s license plate. Schlager says she dropped the request when told it was improper. Other council members accused Hedquist last year of using his position to steer business to his construction company. He denied wrongdoing.
  • UW football fans may hit roadwork - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Department of Transportation says University of Wyoming football fans traveling to this weekend’s game in Laramie might encounter travel delays. East of Laramie on Interstate 80, the Remount interchange bridge is being worked on and a mill and overlay is in progress on I-80 between the Otto Road and Round Top interchanges. Also east of Laramie on the interstate, a mill and overlay is in progress between the Happy Jack and Vedauwoo interchanges. West of Laramie, a mill and overlay is in progress between the Curtis Street and Herrick Lane Interchanges. Much further west of Laramie is a mill and overlay in progress near Sinclair. In both lanes, the speed limit is reduced to 45 mph during the day and 65 mph the rest of the time.

 

 

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