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LARAMIE – Another fast-food option will soon become available to patrons at the Wyoming Union, located on the University of Wyoming campus.

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BUFFALO – A bill that would give game wardens greater authority to cite hunters for trespassing is one step closer to becoming law.

CHEYENNE – The Laramie County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information related to a larceny that occurred in the area of County Roads 212 and 150.

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LARAMIE – Another fast-food option will soon become available to patrons at the Wyoming Union, located on the University of Wyoming campus.

Most railroad workers weren't surprised that Congress intervened this week to block a railroad strike, but they were disappointed because they say the deals lawmakers imposed didn't do enough to address their quality of life concerns about demanding schedules and the lack of paid sick time. Railroad workers face difficult tradeoffs that sometimes force them to skip doctor's appointments or miss family events. The railroads acknowledge that more needs to be done to address workers' “work-life balance concerns," but managers believe these new contracts should help create more predictable schedules. And the five-year deals include 24% raises and $5,000 in bonuses.

The Supreme Court is being warned about the potentially dire consequences of a case next week involving a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for same-sex couples. Liberal groups say ruling for the designer will expose not only same-sex couples but also Black people, immigrants, Jews, Muslims and others to discrimination. Conservative groups argue that ruling against her will force artists to do work that is against their faith. Both sides have described for the court what lawyers sometimes call “a parade of horribles” that could result if the ruling doesn’t go their way. The case marks the second time in five years that the Supreme Court has confronted a similar issue.

BUFFALO – A bill that would give game wardens greater authority to cite hunters for trespassing is one step closer to becoming law.

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