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BC-WY--Wyoming News Digest, WY

December 27, 2018

Wyoming at 2 p.m.

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CAMERON, Mont. _ If there’s anything better than seeing a bighorn ram, horns fully curled, it’s seeing 12. The number seemed to keep growing on a recent morning here, the tan bodies of wild sheep standing out against the steep white slope at the southern end of the Madison Range. Ewes and lambs were grouped up. Rams were interspersed throughout, and some wandered around alone, looking every bit majestic. And, every time it seemed they’d been counted, Julie Cunningham, a biologist for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, spotted another. By Michael Wright, Bozeman Daily Chronicle


SKIER TRIGGERED AVALANCHE_ Another skier has been injured in an avalanche near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The Jackson Hole News and Guide reports that a woman was carried through a chute south of the resort Wednesday, injuring her wrist and losing her gear.

GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN-CHENEY_ Wyoming’s lone congresswoman says she won’t collect her pay over the duration of a partial shutdown of the federal government. Cheney says in a letter to the chief administrative officer for Congress it’s not appropriate for members of Congress to continue to be paid during the shutdown.

PERSONAL INCOME _ Personal income was up in Wyoming over the third quarter of 2018. The federal Bureau of Economic Analysis says personal income in Wyoming rose by 3.3 percent in late summer.

CHEYENNE RECYCLER-NO GLASS _ The only major glass recycler in Cheyenne is no longer accepting glass. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports WYCO Recycling is still accepting cardboard, paper, cans, plastics and other recyclables.

FRANCE AVALANCHE-BOY RESCUED _ A 12-year-old boy in the French Alps was found alive and uninjured after being buried under an avalanche for 40 minutes, an event his rescuers are calling a true “miracle.”



ENGLEWOOD _ A late call had Bradley Roby seething. Not a penalty, just a rebuke from an announcer. The Denver Broncos cornerback was called out by ESPN commentator and former NFL tight end Jason Witten for standing around on a run play late in a loss to the Oakland Raiders. Heading into free agency, to be called a quitter was the last thing he could afford. By Pat Graham. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos by 5 p.m.




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