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AP-WY--Wyoming News Digest, WY

November 22, 2018

Wyoming at 3 p.m.

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CONGRESS-ELECTION-WOMEN

WASHINGTON — For congressional Republicans, this month’s elections ushered in the year of the woman — literally. West Virginia’s Carol Miller will be the only Republican woman entering the 435-member House as a newcomer in January. She’ll join what may be the chamber’s smallest group of female GOP lawmakers since the early 1990s — as few as 13 of at least 199 Republicans. Democrats will have at least 89. By Alan Fram. SENT: 918 words, photo. (Includes mention of Rep. Liz Cheney).

OF WYOMING INTEREST:

UTAH STORMS

SALT LAKE CITY — The first of two Pacific storm systems was moving across Utah on Thursday, with the stronger, colder storm carrying the heaviest snow expected to descend from the northern mountains early Friday and intensify as it spreads south Saturday. SENT: 265 words.

IN BRIEF:

HATCHET-POLICE SHOOTING — Wyoming authorities say police have shot a man holding a hatchet.

ALTERNATIVE WEAPONS — A Wyoming law enforcement agency has begun training its officers in how and when to use non-lethal weapons.

CHEYENNE BUILDING PRESERVATION — Cheyenne city officials have agreed to spend up to $30,000 to save historic artifacts from a downtown building that will be demolished to make room for a new city courts building.

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