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1 SCAN WITH FOR TODAY'S DCAL vcy 1 i "a Is Hie Broncos pour the points on the Raiders as Manning finally gets off to a fast start. Sports, Bl Monday, October 1, 2012 Tl nC A Rp 1 11 ran ir Wyoming's News Source Founded in 1891 $75 Anyone interested in the number of wolves killed in the trophy game area can call the wolf hotline at 1-800-264-1280. "taunt nu mmrnm 1 tmnam Amanda Reinhardt, rfgtrt, looks out into the sun as she flies wftfa CMI Ak Patrol LL Davt S3nger, left, during the Cfvfl Air PatroTs teacher orientatJofl program on Saturday morning. The program is designed to beli tuchers bring avtatioa into science and mark classrooms. Reinhardt a fourtk- and frftn-grado teacher at Sagewood Denentary ScbooJ Casper.
TEACHERS TAKE FLIGHT Civil Air Patrol Hosts an orientation for educators ByUAHTODO Star-Tribune staff writer With one hand on the open door, Sagewood Elementary School teacher Amanda Reinhardt hoisted herself into the cockpit of a 2007 Cessna Cool and collected, Reinhardt shared the helm with veteran pilot CoL John Mitchell, a wing commander with an Air Force auxiliary called the Civil Air Patrol. Well above 1,000 feet from the dry Casper ground and with the plane's engine humming happily, Mitchell's voice crackled into Reinhardt 's headset, telling her to tip the nose of the plane skyward to clear Casper Mountain. Reinhardt eased the controls toward her with both hands, and all she could see was sky. Please see FLIGHT, All "7 IV' More than 2,000 licenses sold so far tyCKSISTOEPniXSON Star-Tribune staff writer Fritz Meyer was guiding outside of Dubois when Wyoming wolf licenses went on sale in early September. The next day, he bought one.
He doesn't plan on hunting wolves specifically, but if one comes across his path and the quota hasn't been filled for his area, he'd shoot Meyer isnt the only one. Hie state's first wolf hunting season begins Monday in northwest Wyoming, and as of Friday afternoon, 2,236 licenses had been sold. Wyoming residents purchased tlte bulk of the licenses, and Park County residents bought the largest number of any county, said Brian Nesvik, chief of the wildlife division of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Fifty-two wolves can be hunted in this year's season, which ends Wolves outside of the trophy management area can now be shot on sight Hunters must report a wolf kill in the trophy area within 24 hours. Once the quota is filled, the season closes.
The chances of actually shooting a wolf are akin to winning the lottery, Meyer said. "If I get a wolf or not I dont really care. It's really hard to go hunt one," he said. "Wolves are very smart and crafty, and they move a lot at night." Meyer spends most days in the woods as an outfitter, trapper, rnmtpr and snowmo-bflet He finds tracks and other signs, but in the past year, he's only seen three wolves. Once people start shooting at they wflj become even more elusive, he said Most people who bought tags are likely elk, deer or other big game hunters who want the opportunity to shoot a wolf if they see one, Nesvik said.
Please see KSlf, All mmmm nuNMmwiit Chrfl Air Patrol 11 Dm Supr, left, goes throng prfffigMformwitHttalurdtM Saturday nonung. Next cold war? Gas boom rattles Russia Any nations that trade in energy could potentially gain or lose. "The relative fortunes of the United States, Russia, and China and their ability to exert influence in the world -are tied in no small measure to global gas developments," pi 111 boom in natural gas drilling, and the political implications are enormous. Like falling dominoes, the drilling process called hydrau-Jic fracturing, or tracking, is shaking up world energy markets from Washington to Moscow to Beijing. Some predict what was once unthinkable: that the U.S.
wont need to import natural gas in the near future, and that Russia could be the big loser. This is where everything is being turned on its head," said Fiona HOI, an expert on Russia at the Brookings Institution, a think tank in Washington, "Their days of dominating the European gas markets are gone." The Associated Press PITTSBURGH The Kremlin is watching, European nations are retelling, and some suspect Moscow is secretly bankrolling a campaign to derail the West's strategic plans. It's not some Cold War movie; it's about the U.S. icaac ace mi 1 A9 Public A6 Puzzles Sports. Bl Advisers Letters.
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