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  • Resident Charged After Fire

    News
    Wyoming Tribune
    Posted: February 25th, 2003

    CHEYENNE – The resident of a rural home destroyed by fire Sunday will be charged with larceny


  • Wamsutter Burn Victim Improving

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    Casper Star-Tribune
    Posted: February 24th, 2003

    The condition of a Casper man who was severely burned in a flash fire in January while working in the oil and gas fields north of Wamsutter has improved, his parents said Thursday.


  • $2 Million Cut From Hazmat Teams Bill

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    Posted: January 22nd, 2003

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Senate Appropriations Committee cut more than $2 million Tuesday from a bill that would create six regional hazardous materials response teams in Wyoming.


  • Retired TV Anchor David Brinkley Rescued From Fire

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    ABCNEWS.com
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    Retired television news journalist David Brinkley escaped injury at his Jackson, Wyoming, townhouse after a fire broke out in the chimney, sending flames shooting out, officials said on Wednesday.


  • New Priorities Set for Wildfire Reduction

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    Environment News
    Posted: January 16th, 2003

    Norton noted that more than 7.1 million acres burned last year - more than twice the annual 10 year average. These fires caused the death of 21 firefighters


  • Newsman David Brinkley Rescued From Fire

    News
    Posted: January 15th, 2003

    Retired television news veteran David Brinkley was rescued from his burning town house by a persistent sheriff's deputy who broke into the home through a window.


  • Boy Who Set Himself On Fire Out Of Coma

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    Casper Star-Tribune
    Posted: January 8th, 2003

    A boy who severely burned himself while using gasoline to light a wood stove has come out of a medically induced coma.