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Topic - Mark Watson
The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has named Mark Watson as permanent commission supervisor.
Authorities say three people are hurt after an explosion at a marijuana growing operation in Denver.
Wyoming Oil and Gas Supervisor Grant Black announced his resignation Monday after less than a year on the job, and the state Oil and Gas Conservation Commission named an interim oil and gas supervisor to replace him.
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Four people are recovering from smoke inhalation after a fire heavily damaged a Denver condominium on Wednesday.
For years, Chris Wondolowski waited for this chance. He kept pushing through training as he was passed over to play for his country, hoping the opportunity would eventually come.
"We certainly hope so. He's been in the national team program a long time and been a big part of their success," Watson said. "We hope that his play with them, including the most recent game with Mexico he came on as a late sub, and his play with us is going to be enough for him to make the squad. That would be a real honor."
"As soon as Yannick went down, they scored the first goal," Earthquakes coach Mark Watson said. "It was just 10 minutes where we couldn't cope with them."