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WORLAND, Wyo. (AP) — If you ever wondered what a burning pile of sulfur looks like, the answer is like a UFO crash site or maybe a scene on another planet. Firefighters in Worland, Wyoming, say it wasn't a UFO but the hot exhaust of an off-road motorcycle that ignited an old pile of sulfur Friday night.

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Petroleum Association of Wyoming President Bruce Hinchey is touting a budding rebound for Wyoming's oil industry. Hinchey says producers are starting to pump more and are ramping up for a busy summer. But not everyone is as optimistic because of the price for oil continues to remain low.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The US Inspector General's office finds no evidence of theft of federal funds on Wyoming's Wind River Indian Reservation. However, the office noted that poorly maintained accounting records and long-time commingling of various federal program funds made it impossible to determine if any money had been stolen.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Little growth has occurred overnight on wildfire burning in southeast Wyoming. What growth did occur on the fire burning in the Keystone area of Medicine Bow National Forest between Centennial and the Colorado line was from burnout operations initiated on Sunday.

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