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Kinskey To Run For Senate District 22 Seat

State Senator Dave Kinskey

Republican State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan released an announcement Monday afternoon that he intended to run for the District 22 seat for the Wyoming State Senate, which he currently holds, but will be up for grabs during the election later this year.

Wall Pipe Cause of Ceiling Fire

A single wall pipe heated up and burned a portion of a ceiling in a garage on Allen Avenue in Sheridan late last week.

Mavrakis Should Be Swimming with Trout

Photo Copyright Leslie Stratmoen

A local pond should be well-stocked with trout. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Our Lonely and Amazing Roads Provide Vital Links to Citizens

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Last week, we took our time cruising through that amazing labyrinth known as Wind River Canyon between Shoshoni and Thermopolis.

The narrow towering walls staring down on you (sometimes through the sunroof) can make a person feel pretty small.

Big Horn Fire Called to Upper Road

Big Horn firefighters were called to the 200 block of Upper Road shortly after 6 Sunday night when a controlled burn got out of control.

Gov’s Residence Lit in Blue Today for Down Syndrome Awareness

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The governor’s residence in Cheyenne will be illuminated in blue light today as part of a national campaign to raise awareness for Down Syndrome research.

Trustees to Hear Reorganization Update

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will receive an update on academic reorganization at their meeting this week.

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Tax Corrections Approved By County Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners for discussed tax refunds for one company after County Assessor Cindy Barlow brought the tax corrections before them during their last meeting.

YMCA Kids Give Presentation Thanking Buffalo City Council

The Johnson County Family YMCA brought some young people to the last Buffalo City Council meeting to thank the council for allowing the YMCA to use the city-owned old archery building and to give the council a scrapbook the kids compiled of events and fun activities they have participated in since the “Y In The Park” opened in November of 2015.