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    Cheyenne, Wyoming (AP)

    The Wyoming Arts Council is accepting grant applications for its Folk and Traditional Arts Mentoring Project.

    The project will award four grants of $3,000 each to preserve the state’s unique artistic traditions. Previous grants have allowed recipients to teach such arts as weaving, old-time fiddle tunes and Shoshone beadwork.

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