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11/23/14 05:11 PM
Three heads are always better than one. That's the thinking behind an area marketing agreement that all three of Northeastern Wyoming's largest cities have approved, those cities being Sheridan, Gillette and Buffalo. Sheridan City Planner Robert Briggs discussed a $100,000 planning grant that all three cities will submit...
11/22/14 02:46 AM
This week we reported the City of Sheridan being named "The Best Place To Live Like An Old West Cowboy" by True West Magazine. Another magazine has recognized Sheridan College's Whitney Academic Center as an outstanding project in its 2014 Awards of Excellence publication.
11/21/14 01:49 PM
Once a year First Northern Bank (FNB) and DJ's Thriftway partner for a customer appreciation day they call 'Pumpkin Pie Day'.  They fill the halls of FNB with the sweet smells of pie and hot cider served all day from their front lobby.  Customers who bank with FNB, and even community members just passing through, are welcome to come enjoy a tasty treat and spend time chatting with their neighbors. 
11/21/14 12:00 PM
Last night, President Barack Obama delivered a speech on immigration that wasn't televised on most major networks. This morning, Wyoming's U.S. Senator Mike Enzi weighed in on it, saying the President's actions were "eroding the very foundation of [the] country and form of government".
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Press Release - Cal Rerucha, Carbon County Attorney, will be the special prosecutor to review the Pownall investigation for potential criminal charges. The reports have been forwarded to Rerucha for review.  The formal appointment as special prosecutor will be completed at the next regular meeting of the County Commissioners. 

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The Wyoming Supreme Court announced on Wednesday, November 19 that they are suspending outgoing Washakie County Attorney Marcy Argeris for 30 days effective March 15, 2015 saying that she violated professional rules by billing the County to cover a disciplinary sanction against her. The suspension levied against Argeris has to do with a private reprimand she received from the Wyoming State Bar in
Press Release – President Obama announced unilateral changes to America’s immigration policies today by use of executive orders. These orders will grant amnesty to at least 4 million people without a single vote in Congress.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., who has opposed previous attempts at providing amnesty for illegal immigrants, opposes the president’s plan and said
Press Release - Two Wyoming communities have been highlighted in a report from the Milken Institute for promoting and enabling successful aging.
Cheyenne ranked 9th overall and Casper ranked 20th out of 252 small metros that were graded in the Milken Institute first-of-its-kind, data-driven index, Best Cities for Successful Aging. The index measures and ranks the performance metropolitan
Poll Question
What's your Thanksgiving tradition?
  Turkey & Stuffing
  Cards & Games
  Black Friday Shopping
  All of the above
  None of the above
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November 21, 2014
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