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Remembering Wyoming's John Wold: The Oldest Living Fmr. Congressman.

Monday's new reports noting Rep. John Wold's, R-Wyo., death almost all opened with the notation that the Cowboy State businessman and politican was, at 100, America's oldest living former member of Congress. But, as Newsmax learned when we interviewed him on the eve of his...

- Newsmax - US

As Trump Vows To Grow Industry, Countries Move Away From Coal.

In his campaign to become president, Donald Trump vowed to bring back coal jobs. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Rob Godby, director of the Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy at the University of Wyoming, about the outlook for the coal industry in the U.S.

- NPR - US

Where is 'rural America,' and what does it look like?.

The view from Wyoming County, Pennsylvania. Cropped from nicholas_t/ CC BYRural people and issues generally receive little attention from the urban-centric media and policy elites. Yet, rural America makes unique contributions to the nation's character and culture as well as provides most of its food, raw materials, ...

- The Conversation - UK

Nuts & Bolts: Caucus and Ancillary Committees.

Welcome back, Saturday Campaign D-I-Y'ers! For those who tune in, welcome to the Nuts & Bolts of a Democratic campaign. Each week, we discuss issues that help drive successful campaigns. If you've missed prior diaries, please visit our group or follow Nuts & Bolts Guide. This week, I'll be in Laramie, Wyoming, visiting ...

- Daily Kos - US

New supercomputer aids climate research in top coal state.

— A new supercomputer in the top coal-mining state has begun critical climate-change research with support from even some global warming doubters, but scientists worry President Donald Trump could cut funding for such programs. Located in a windy business park near the city of Cheyenne, the National Center for Atmospheric ...

- SFGate - US

A supercomputer in coal country is analyzing climate change.

In Wyoming, where the state produces about 40 percent of America's coal, a new supercomputer named Cheyenne has just come online to join in the fight against climate change. According to the Associated Press, the $30 million Cheyenne is 20th fastest...

- Engadget - US

2 men plead guilty in deaths of 2 boys swept over waterfall.

WARSAW, N.Y. " Two men have pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide in the deaths of two young brothers under their watch who fell over a 70-foot waterfall in New York.Wyoming County District Attorney Donald O'Geen...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

Moths found to produce their own antioxidants from carbohydrates.

—A team of researchers with members from the University of Arizona and New Mexico State University has discovered how a species of moth is able to repair oxidative muscle damage without consuming antioxidants. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes their study of the hawkmoth and how they ...

- PhysOrg - NL

New supercomputer aids climate research in top coal state.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. " A new supercomputer in the top coal-mining state has begun critical climate-change research with support from even some global warming doubters, but scientists worry President Donald Trump could cut funding for...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

Fastest computer in the Rockies tapped for range of projects.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. " A new supercomputer at a federally funded research center in Wyoming will do important work for a wide range of Earth science research. Among upcoming projects:" Researchers at the University of Wyoming are...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

Face transplant links men touched by tragedy.

The first face transplant performed at Mayo Clinic is providing a man from Wyoming a second chance at a normal life after he was disfigured by a gunshot in a suicide attempt a decade ago. He now has the face of another man who took his own life.         

- USA TODAY - US

Face Transplant Links Men Touched by Tragedy

The first face transplant performed at Mayo Clinic is providing a man from Wyoming a second chance at a normal life after he was disfigured by a gunshot in a suicide attempt a decade ago. He now has the face of another man who took his own life.         

- USA TODAY - US

A Revival In The Rockies For Natural Gas

The production and potential in two Rocky Mountain plays that lost favor with large listed companies - the Piceance Basin inn Colorado and the Green River Basin in Wyoming - are attracting serious private equity attention,

- Forbes.com - US

It takes skill to be lucky — here are 4 ways to develop it

Charlie Riedel/AP ImagesI had a moment recently that made me feel like the luckiest guy in the world — or at least the luckiest photographer. I was driving through Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park just after sunrise, looking for a few good photo opportunities. Of course, every inch of that place is a good photo ...

- Business Insider - US

Oklahoma and Wyoming Republicans agree women aren't people, disagree on just what they are

Republicans in Wyoming and Oklahoma are starting to drop the pretense that they consider women to be human beings. In Wyoming, the state Senate is considering three bills that would restrict women's abortion rights. Two of them are being considered by the agriculture committee. said the labor and health committee is busy ...

- Daily Kos - US

Arrest in live-round shooting at Wyoming gunfight show

Police have arrested a man they say wounded three people by firing live rounds instead of blanks during a Wyoming gunfighter show last summer.

- FOX News - US

Bison, cars endangered by deep snow in Wyoming's Grand Teton

Unusually deep snow in Grand Teton National Park has made life dangerous for bison lumbering on the park's only plowed highway and for motorists traveling the route, prompting park workers to escort the big animals to safer areas and urge drivers to slow down, park officials said Tuesday.

- FOX News - US

Bison, cars endangered by deep snow in Wyoming's Grand Teton

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. " Unusually deep snow in Grand Teton National Park has made life dangerous for bison lumbering on the park's only plowed highway and for motorists traveling the route.The bison weighing up to 2,000 pounds...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

U.S. Judge Denies Native American Request To Halt Construction As Anti-DAPL Laws

A federal judge refused a request by Native American tribes objecting to the construction of the last portion of the Dakota Access Pipeline on Monday, according to emerging reports on the matter. "We're disappointed with today's ruling denying a temporary restraining order against the Dakota Access Pipeline, but we are not ...

- OilPrice.com - US

Dakota Access Pipeline: Construction completion under way

The Cheyenne River Sioux file a legal challenge asking a federal judge to stall the project.

- BBC - UK

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