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  • Travel difficult in northern, central Wyoming - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Snow is causing problems for travelers in northern and central Wyoming. The Wyoming Department of Transportation says a 35-mile section of Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo was closed Monday morning because of winter weather conditions. In addition, no unnecessary travel was advised on a 50-mile stretch of I-25 between Casper and Douglas. The National Weather Service has posted a winter weather advisory for Johnson, Natrona, Hot Springs, Washakie and Fremont counties. A storm system is marching through the state with strong winds and snow that is causing areas of blowing and drifting snow. Much colder temperatures are coming in with the system. Many areas of the state will see temperatures plummet into the single digits Monday night and highs in the teens Tuesday.
  • New Fremont County Commissioners to be sworn in Tuesday - (LANDER, Wyo.) The public is invited to attend the swearing in ceremony of newly elected county commissioners Jennifer McCarty and Clarence Thomas. The ceremony will be conducted in the county commissioners’ chambers Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. A reception will follow until 10:00 a.m. when the regular meeting of the Fremont county Commissioners will commence.
  • Wyoming to play in Poinsettia Bowl Dec. 21 - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — After losing the Mountain West Conference championship game Saturday night to San Diego State, Wyoming learned Sunday that it will be playing a bowl game on the Aztecs’ home turf. The Cowboys accepted an invitation to play in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl on Dec. 21 against former rival BYU. San Diego State beat Wyoming 27-24 in the conference championship game Saturday night in Laramie. The Aztecs will play in the Las Vegas Bowl. Wyoming enters the bowl game with an 8-5 overall record. BYU is 8-4 as an independent. The Cowboys and Cougars will be meeting for the first time since 2010. They’ve played 77 games over the years. It will be Wyoming’s 14th bowl appearance and first appearance in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. The Cowboys have an overall bowl record of 6-7 and last appeared in a bowl game in 2011.
  • Chronic wasting disease spreads west across Wyoming - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Chronic wasting disease is spreading west across Wyoming in wildlife populations and officials are concerned that it’s moving closer to the elk feedgrounds in the western part of the state. Wildlife officials say recent research shows the disease could be a bigger threat to deer and elk than biologists originally thought. Dr. Mary Wood is wildlife veterinarian for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. The Casper Star-Tribune reports that Wood says the disease poses a significant concern for the state’s wildlife. Experts fear the disease’s arrival at elk feedgrounds in western Wyoming could harm the state’s elk herds there. The National Elk Refuge in Jackson is hosting a forum this week to explore the science behind the disease.
  • Legislature could put UW on State Board of Education - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A legislative proposal would give the University of Wyoming a non-voting position on the board that establishes public education policy in the state. The Legislature’s Joint Education Interim Committee is sponsoring a bill in the next legislative session to add an ex-officio member from UW to the Wyoming State Board of Education. Board of Education chairman Pete Gosar said the board was interested in having a UW representative to help craft better education policy in the state. In trying to develop effective policies, Gosar says the board thinks its focus should expand to pre- and post-K-12 education. He says public education policies, such as science standards, affect how students perform when they enter higher education institutions.
  • Psychotherapist charged with sexual assault of patient - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Gillette psychotherapist has pleaded not guilty to using his position of authority to have sex with one of his patients. 32-year-old Joshua Ray Popkin faces a Feb. 27 trial for second-degree sexual assault. Court records say Popkin met the woman while he interned at Campbell County Memorial Hospital and she was a patient seeking therapy for mental health issues due to a previous rape. The woman said she was seeing another therapist this spring when Popkin called her suggesting he treat her because he had worked with her before. Prosecutors say Popkin suggested the therapy sessions be held at his house, and then her house, and then suggested kissing her was part of her therapy. The woman reported they used marijuana and had sex one night in June.



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