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CNN reports for the first time in 44 years of polling, “religious nones” now comprise as many Americans who claim no religion, as Catholics and Evangelicals. This marks a meteoric rise of “religious nones” as researchers label them, that has grown 266% since 1991. Barring a Holy Ghost reviva…

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GILLETTE – The Wyoming Planning Association is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 WYOPASS Awards, which were presented at the Fall Conference held Oct. 9 to Oct. 11 in Gillette, according to a Wyoming Planning Association press release.

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RAWLINS – A plan to cull as many as 25 deer and have police officers equipped with night vision goggles and bolt-action rifles shoot them dead within city limits was called into question on Tuesday.

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RAWLINS – Carl M. Stewart, Jr., a Wyoming inmate, died from a long-term illness on Wednesday at the Wyoming State Penitentiary in Rawlins, according to a Department of Corrections press release.

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CARBON COUNTY – With the initial pulling of wires, the Gateway West Transmission Line Project has finally crossed Interstate 80 just east of the North Platte River at the Fort Steele exit this week. This project has been in the works since 2007. These first wires will be followed by the actu…

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RAWLINS — Members of the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce and the Memorial Hospital of Carbon County Board of Trustees gathered on Wednesday evening to usher in the area’s new $3.32 million family clinic with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.

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Congratulations to Ruben Munoz, who won a competitive $500 welding scholarship on Sept. 25 during the Puma Steel Welding Competition at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. Munoz also met Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon at the presentation ceremony.