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Them on Us: 3.12.14
It's a sign of the times in many municipalities now. Many big city police departments are painfully slow in responding to anything but the most dire dispatch calls.
Rails-to-Trails: Supreme Court Against Railway Trails on Private Land
In the "Rails-to-Trails" case, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday found in favor of a Wyoming landowner who didn't want the government to convert a railroad right-of-way into a public trail on his property, and the ruling may have a far-ranging impact on completed and future plans to create such paths, Reuters said .
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Family Trust Wins Supreme Court Fight Against Bike Trail
The federal government loses its control of land that's granted to railroad companies after the track has been abandoned, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Court Rules for Landowner in Trail Dispute
The Supreme Court has sided with a Wyoming property owner in a dispute over a bicycle trail that follows the route of an abandoned railroad.
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Wyoming-based environmental group disbands
The board of the Laramie-based Biodiversity Conservation Alliance voted Thursday to call it quits.
Executive optimistic about coal-to-liquids loan
An official with a company developing a facility to turn coal into gasoline and other fuels near Medicine Bow says he's once again optimistic the project could get a federal loan.
Medicine Bow Resident Convicted of Federal Firearms Violations
U.S. Attorney Christopher A. Crofts announced today that Medicine Bow resident Robert James Truby has been convicted in federal court.
Forest Survey: Spruce Beetles On March In Colorado
An outbreak of spruce beetles continues to accelerate across hundreds of square miles of new forest in Colorado, although a much larger outbreak of the similar mountain pine beetle continues to slow across Wyoming, Colorado and the Black Hills, according to a new survey by the U.S. Forest Service.