Wyoming

Kinskey Comments on HB54, SF50

Over 100 bills to be considered during the upcoming Budget Session are already listed on the State’s Legislative website.

Governor Gordon Discusses Draft Executive Order on Migration Corridor

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Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon (courtesy photo)

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon issued a draft executive order in late December that outlines policies related to big game migration corridors in an effort to balance the needs and concerns of Wyoming citizens, industry and wildlife.

State Board of Education to Hold Virtual Meeting Friday

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The Wyoming State Board of Education will be hosting a virtual meeting Friday at 9 am via the Zoom platform.

New Wyoming mine owner at odds with Komatsu over big shovels

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The new owner of two Wyoming coal mines is at odds with the owner of two huge industrial shovels. Komatsu says Eagle Specialty Materials is using its shovels without permission and compensation and has asked a West Virginia bankruptcy judge to enable Komatsu to reclaim its property.

Former CEO denies he took millions from bankrupt coal firm

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A former CEO has denied he took millions of dollars from a bankrupt Wyoming coal producer. The Gillette New Records reported Jeffrey Hoops Sr. says he went to extraordinary personal financial lengths in an attempt to save Blackjewel LLC. Lawyers for the company filed a motion in U.S.

Wyoming News Update

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 23, 1920

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 23, 1920.

Rep. Tass Discusses Legislative Session with Buffalo Council

Richard Tass

State Representative for House District 40 Richard Tass attended the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday evening to discuss the upcoming legislative session and ask the council if they had any concerns he may take back to Cheyenne next month.

School District 2 Graduation Rates Up Compared to State

Sheridan High School and John C. Schiffer graduation rates for 2019 were a combined 85.5 percent, according to School District 2 Assistant Superintendent Mirch Craft. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Graduation rates at the two high schools in Sheridan – Sheridan High School and John C. Schiffer Collaborative School – exceed the statewide graduation rates released earlier this week.

Sheridan County Votes to Vacate Easement

The Sheridan County Commission voted to vacate an unused easement on properties in Powder Horn Ranch – 2 Subdivision.

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