Archive - Oct 9, 2017 - News

People Urged to Promote Public Land Day

Rob Davidson shows the postcards available for mailing. (Photo by Pat Blair)

People attending Monday night's public land meeting were urged to promote a proposed Public Lands Day in Wyoming to be held annually on the land Saturday of September.

Public Land Proposals Aren't About Local Control

Rob Davidson checks his equipment before starting the public lands meeting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Proposals to turn over federal public lands to management by the state of Wyoming aren't about local control, according to the president of the Council for the Bighorn Range.

Dahlin: Wyoming Has to Diversify

Candidate for governor Bill Dahlin of Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming has to diversify in a big way.

The Clearmont Historical Group

For over 30 years, the Clearmont Historical Group has been working to collect and catalogue the history of the areas surrounding Clearmont.

Museum to Host Book Signing on Saturday

The Sheridan County Museum will be hosting a book signing event for Don W. DeJarnett’s new work. Museum Director John Woodward said the book is titled “Cowboy Tales on the Eaton Trail in Yellowstone."

UW Receives $20 Million Grant

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Recently, the University of Wyoming was awarded a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

Prince Considering Senate Run Against Barrasso

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Blackwater Worldwide founder Erik Prince is considering a Republican primary challenge to Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso, a senior member of the Senate GOP leadership.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


DENVER (AP) — Winter storm warnings have been posted for central Colorado and southeast Wyoming with more than a foot of snow predicted in some mountain areas.

Reserve Spots Now For B&G Club Breakfast Nov. 1

A recognition breakfast to honor Willis Swenson for his involvement with the Boys & Girls Clubs, both in Wisconsin and Wyoming is scheduled for November 1st in Buffalo, and those that want to attend the breakfast should reserve a spot now.

County Awarded Homeland Security Grant Funds

Johnson County will be receiving grant funding through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) if they choose to accept the agreement for the funding.