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Train Exhibit

Updated: 12/27/2015 - For boys and girls who like trains, all are invited to come and play with toy trains, some as old as their grandparents. Central Wyoming Model Railroad Association members displayed their train exhibit at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center so kids, and even adults, could come play with trains and learn the history behind them.

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Christmas Lunch at the Shelter

Updated: 12/26/2015 - Central Wyoming Rescue Mission volunteers and staff wanted to celebrate Christmas in their own way. Volunteers and staff hosted a lunch not just for guests but for anyone needing a hot meal this Christmas day.

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Cody Watchable Wildlife

Posted: 12/25/2015 - If you’d like to see eagles, elk, moose, and Big Horn Sheep all in the same day, you may want to take a trip to Cody soon. The wildlife watching opportunities in northwest Wyoming are world class this time of year.

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Last Minute Shoppers

Updated: 12/25/2015 - By this time I hope you've done all your Christmas shopping. But earlier today (Thursday) there were a few stragglers on the last minute shopping list.

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Hospital Site Rebuild

Posted: 12/24/2015 - A housing development is being built where the old Riverton hospital used to be.

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Best Ways to Save for Auto Insurance

Updated: 12/24/2015 - People want to save as much money as they can, especially during the holidays. There's no way of escaping residual bills like auto insurance, but there are ways to save.

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Icy Driveways

Posted: 12/23/2015 - We have tips on how to clear your icy driveway without damaging concrete.

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Cody Wyoming Animal Shelter Needs Help

Posted: 12/22/2015 - The dogs and cats at the Park County Animal shelter need help. Their surroundings are unhealthy. The shelter board wants to expand the facilities, but they think it will take years to raise the money.

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Station Fire Report Stirs Controversy

Posted: 12/22/2015 - Those who lost their homes in the Station Fire don't agree that the fire was an accident. They believe the City of Casper is responsible for the blaze that destroyed 14 homes.

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What Charities are Doing for the Holidays

Updated: 12/22/2015 - With Christmas just 3 days away, receiving gifts may outweigh giving gifts, many are less fortunate and need our help. Monetary donations can go a long way towards making a better Christmas for many.

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Biathlon Club Update

Updated: 12/22/2015 - The Biathlon Club is getting closer to being fully operational. Soon people will be able to shoot and train at the site.

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New Ambulance Contract

Posted: 12/22/2015 - Fremont County Commissioners have a contract up for public review discussing ground ambulance service operations being taken over by Guardian.

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Kids History Club

Updated: 12/22/2015 - An educator made it possible to travel back in time and learn some games people used to play back in the 1800's. Today (Saturday) the history club met at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center to go back in history and learn what their ancestors used to do.

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Saratoga Ice Fishing Derby Signup

Posted: 12/22/2015 - January 16th and 17th will be your opportunity to compete for the $2000.00 first prize for catching the largest fish during the two-day derby.

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Fighting for a Cause

Updated: 12/22/2015 - According to International Radio Surgery Association... Over 8 percent of every 100,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with malignant brain tumors and approximately 13,000 Americans die of malignant brain tumors every year.

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Casino Layoffs

Updated: 12/22/2015 - The Wind River Hotel and Casino will be laying off employees in January 2016.

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Up in Arms Guns

Updated: 12/22/2015 - After the shootings in Paris and San Bernardino ...many Americans are fighting for stricter gun laws. Wyoming is known for gun-related sports like hunting.

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Oldest Family Owned Restaurant in Casper

Posted: 12/21/2015 - When you hear of a restaurant that president George Bush, Bon Jovi, Dick Cheney, and many more big names have eaten at, you might think it’s in Hollywood or New York... But that's not the case, here in Casper, one restaurant stands alone as the oldest family run restaurant.

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Police and dispatcher trainees learn how to handle difficult calls

Posted: 12/21/2015 - Three future dispatchers and two future officers responded to made up scenarios in a controlled environment, to learn hands on what it takes to do their job. News 13 shares how this training helps future officers and dispatchers serve the public and each other.

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