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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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  • Lander resident is honored for service - (LANDER, Wyo.) Lander Mayor Mick Wolfe officially designated Veterans Day, which falls on Tuesday, November 11, as Charles R. Tucker Day in the City of Lander. In a proclamation signed today, Mayor Wolfe called upon all of the citizens of Lander to give thanks in honor of the service he so selflessly gave. Tucker was an Army Veteran who enlisted in the US Army on March 29th, 1944. He was assigned to 106th Infantry Division and was part of the 2nd wave on D-Day, in June, 1944.  Tucker saw combat at the Battle of the Bulge and was wounded and reported missing in action in November, 1944 near St Vith, France.  He was captured and interned in a German POW camp from Dec. 21st, 1944 until liberated by the American 3rd Army in April, 1945. He received 2 Purple Hearts, the Bronze Stars, WWII American Campaign Medal, WWII Victory Medal, POW Medal, ...
  • Nothing found in search for missing Casper woman - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — An aerial search for a 61-year-old Casper woman who has been missing for nearly a month didn’t turn up any clues to her disappearance. Kristi Richardson was last seen by family members on Oct. 6. She was reported missing the next day when she didn’t show up for work at her business, Richardson Trucking. Police say Richardson talked with someone from her company at 7:45 p.m. on Oct. 6, but another person was unable to reach her at 11 p.m. The three-hour search on Tuesday morning focused on roads and waterways in Natrona County that are routinely searched in a missing person’s case. Police say the only things missing from Richardson’s house were a garage door opener and a Wyoming Cowboys zip-up hoodie. Richardson is about 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs less than 100 pounds.
  • Midwest man denies sexually assaulting girl, 12 - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A 47-year-old Midwest man has pleaded not guilty to charges he sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl at his home. Mario Flores is charged with first-degree sexual assault and first-degree sexual abuse of a minor. He also denied a charge of second-degree sexual abuse of a minor. Prosecutors say Flores touched the girl inappropriately Aug. 25 and forced himself on her after he locked the front door to prevent her from leaving. He is being held in the Natrona County Detention Center on $200,000 bail.
  • FedEx ground plans new facility in Cody - CODY, Wyo. (AP) — FedEx Ground plans a new hub to serve northeastern Wyoming that could bring up to 70 jobs to Cody. The city’s planning and zoning commission approved the site for the 22,635-square-foot building on Tuesday with several recommendations, including making the fence around the facility wrought iron and setting a maximum height of 33 feet for light poles. Ruedebush Development & Construction LLC presented the plan to the commission. Engineer Brian Edwards says the company hopes to be operating in the building next year with about 43 employees, with up to 70 employees by 2017. Some residents expressed concern about the increased traffic. The zoning recommendations include having the trucks avoid the Cody Middle School area.
  • Ceballos fundraising tops Balow by $100,000 - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Democrat Mike Ceballos has raised about $100,000 more than Republican Jillian Balow in the state superintendent of public instruction race. Campaign finance records filed with the Wyoming Secretary of State have Ceballos reporting $195,670 in funds raised by his campaign between Jan. 1 and Oct. 21. Balow reported about $90,400. Reports show that Ceballos, a retired telephone company executive, received about $106,000 of his donations from himself and other family members. Balow reports receiving about $28,000 from herself and family. Balow and Ceballos are seeking to replace current Superintendent Cindy Hill, who decided to run for governor this year. Hill finished last in a three-way race in the August GOP primary.
  • UW team falls in PetroBowl tournament - LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The five-member University of Wyoming PetroBowl team fell in the third round of the international competition to test students’ knowledge of the oil and gas industry. The UW team lost Monday to the eventual champions from the University of Tulsa. UW’s engineering contingent was the top-seeded team heading into the 13th international PetroBowl in Amsterdam. A total of 36 universities from around the world competed in the daylong tournament for top prizes in the event. PetroBowl matched student chapter teams against each other in a fast-paced quiz competition. The teams were challenged to answer both technical and non-technical questions associated with the oil and gas industry. The tournament attracted several international teams, including Brazil, China, Colombia, Indonesia, Turkey, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Poland, Saudi Arabia and Thailand.

 

 

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