Archive - Feb 27, 2017 - News

Everyone Has a Wyoming Dog Story: Here is Mine From a Few Years Ago

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If there ever was a place that required everyone to own a dog, it probably would be Wyoming. This is a true dog-loving state. And everyone has their favorite dog story. Here is mine:

Our old family dog, Shadow, had been listless and seemed not well for most of the long winter months.

'Gatekeeper' Grant Awarded to NWMHC

Northern Wyoming Executive Director Paul Demple at the commissioners' meeting earlier this month. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

A grant has been approved that could eventually lead to a crisis stabilization facility operated by the Northern Wyoming Mental Center and located in Sheridan.

Commissioners Support Roadless Collaborative

When Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram goes to the meeting Wednesday of the Bighorn Forest Roadless Collaborative, he'll take a letter from the other county commissioners expressing their satisfaction with the Collaborative's work.

More Guns in More Places: Bills Head to Wyoming Governor

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Ordinary citizens could carry guns into government meetings and teachers could bring them to school under a pair of bills that have passed the Wyoming Senate.

Abortion Bills Still in the Works

Late last week, two bills on abortion were amended and discussed in Cheyenne by the legislators. According to Gail Symons, local Civics 307 blogger, those bills will be worked on more during this last week of the 2017 session.

Double Day Sports Complex

Someday in the near future, Sheridan will have it’s own multi sport complex on the north end of town.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


JCSD1 Public Meeting On School Funding Tonight At BHS

The Johnson County School District will host a public meeting tonight to discuss budget reductions in education funding that will be coming from the Legislature and to gather input from parents and other concerned citizens.

Buffalo Council Passes Second Read On Hunting Ordinance

At their recent meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved the second reading of Ordinance #1388, which will make a change to city code concerning hunting within the city limits.

Buffalo Water Rate Structure Workshop Tonight

The City of Buffalo will hold the last public workshop tonight to discuss the possibility of reworking the water rate billing structure for all city water users.