Archive - Mar 3, 2016 - News

UW Spokesman Describes Roadway Safety Study

We learned recently, as already reported, that the Wyoming Department of Transportation is partnering with the University of Wyoming to study the state’s roadways in an attempt to pave the way for safer travel.

Sentencing for Child Abusers Rescheduled

Sentencing for convicted child abusers Michael Tibbets and Donna Gifford has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 24 at 10:15 in the morning.

Legislative Update: Representative Berger Talks Budget

State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Wyoming Legislature’s budget session in Cheyenne is drawing to a close. We checked in this morning with State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn to provide an update on how things have been going this last week of the session.

County Attorney Investigation ‘Accepted for Review’

It appears the Sheridan Police Department may have found a special prosecutor in the case against Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle for an incident that occurred at the Sheridan County Courthouse December 11 involving Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center Executive Director Bonnie Young.

Emergency Savings and Its Importance

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According to the personal financial website, 63 percent of Americans have no emergency savings to cover the costs of an unexpected car repair, or trip to the emergency room.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Wyo. House and Senate deadlock over local government funds

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming House and Senate remain deadlocked over how to allocate $105 million in state funds to counties and local governments.

Kinner Pleased With Bill Passage

Mark Kinner, who is Sheridan County's newest state representative, said the first bill that he sponsored in his first legislative term is now awaiting the signature of Gov. Matt Mead.

“An Expedition into a Forbidden Land”

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Upwards of 200 people came out to hear Mark Jenkins, contributing author to the National Geographic Magazine, share his slide presentation, of traveling to one of the remotest places on earth, attempting to climb one of the highest peaks in Southeast Asia.

Three 'Leap Day' Babies Born in Sheridan

Three babies were born on “Leap Day” Monday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in Sheridan, according to hospital staff.

Hospital Trustees Approve Purchase to Save Money

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees approved buying $24,000 worth of wire carts, shelving and bins for storage at their meeting Wednesday night.