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This week, Marilyn Connolly of Johnson County Emergency Management stopped by Community Speaks to discuss severe weather awareness week, which includes a statewide tornado siren test tomorrow at 10:30 am. Perhaps one of the most important pieces...
Several roads in Sheridan County will be getting dust suppressant applied next week starting Monday. The suppressant will be applied from 6 am to 5 pm Monday through next Thursday, weather dependent. Roads include CR 38 (Wild Horse Road)...
Kicking off this morning at 6 am, the annual Country Cares Radio-Thon is underway on KIX 96.5. Brenna Mack and Brady Safranek will be on the air all day today and tomorrow taking your donations for this important cause. Not only is KIX 96.5 participating,
Sheridan County recently approved Intermountain Slurry Seal, Inc for the 2014 Chip Seal project in the County, which is funded by county road funds. Intermountain Slurry is a Salt Lake City, Utah based company. There were two other bids for the project...
The City of Buffalo will be celebrating Arbor Day May 2nd with a tree planting demonstration at Cloud Peak Elementary School. The demonstration is for the fourth grade students. Mayor Randy Dyess also noted something else the students will receive...
Are you a retailer interested in selling Wyoming Lottery tickets at your establishment? Two workshops are scheduled in our area next week to attend, the first being Monday in Gillette. Gillette's event will be held at Cam-Plex from 10 am to noon. Tues
State News

Park County District Court has looked favorably upon a Cody woman connected to the delivery of three pounds of marijuana through the postal service. In October, police were dispatched to a postal delivery vehicle after the postman reported a strong odor of marijuana filling the vehicle... (read more)

A Big Horn County woman has been sentenced for defrauding a federal assistance program. Elizabeth Ventura of Lovell originally pled not guilty in January to felony charges, alleging she altered pay stubs submitted to the Department of Family Services for food stamp benefits... (read more)

Georgia Pacific resumed its operations at its Lovell facility. An explosion inside the company's wallboard drying kiln on February 21 halted operations completely at the plant... (read more)

Managers of the Bighorn Reservoir are preparing for a wet spring. The third highest predicted year for spring runoff has Bureau of Reclamation officials releasing large quantities of water from the reservoir’s dam... (read more)
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