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As you may be aware, Wyoming Superintendent of Schools Cindy Hill announced her intentions to run for Governor against incumbent Matt Mead this past January. Due to the ongoing issue of whether or not she can return to her office in Cheyenne...
Last night, Landon's Greenhouse was the site of the Chamber Business After Hours. Even though the weather this time of year has a tendency to flip/flop between snow and 70 degree temperatures, now is a good time to start planning for your planting!
Wyoming is going gaga for Google. The state is partnering with the company along with Colorado to develop solutions for problems the two states face. The event is open to developers who will compete for 24 hours and can win prizes, according to a media...
Yesterday, Julia Bettinger of the Community Resource Center visited with Brady on Community Speaks regarding the CRC, and an upcoming golf tournament "Golf For A Cause", now in its fifth year. One of the many areas the CRC provides assistance wi
Yesterday, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration noted they had cited the Sinclair, Wyoming refinery in south central Wyoming for seven violations. The violations came following an explosion o
Tuesday morning, two organizations who use Temporary Assistance for Needy Families funds, or TANF, spoke to the Sheridan County Commissioners. First to speak was Kim Schweikert of Easter Seals. Easter Seals has a Family Success Program that received...
State News

Over 100 community members attended a rally-planning meeting in Thermopolis last night. The grassroots effort seeks to reverse the state's decision to evict Tepee Pools Incorporated from the Hot Springs State Park... (read more)

Cody City Council reached a decision regarding the proposed indoor shooting range in downtown. The council was to consider giving the range's owner, Paul Brock, permission to discharge firearms within the city limits last month. Consideration was delayed after neighboring business owners began voicing their concerns... (read more)

37 school-age children in Mammoth Hot Springs again find their education unfunded. For decades, Yellowstone National Park was using money from its entrance fees to pay Gardiner School District in Montana to educate the children of employees living in the park... (read more)

A $2.75 million asphalt pavement rehabilitation project is scheduled to begin next week on U.S. 14 between Greybull and Shell. The project was made possible by revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, passed by the Wyoming Legislature in 2013... (read more)
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