Archive - Feb 7, 2019 - News

Habitat For Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Sees Success

In 2018, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns was able to move a family into a newly built home before Christmas, and this year, the organization has nothing but more success to look forward to.

JOCO First Regroups, Looking to Future

Tom Knapp

JOCO First has recently taken a hard look at themselves and the Bomber Mountain Civic Center and have begun to reshape themselves into what they hope will be a more viable entity and facility moving forward.

Sheridan Commission Approves Four To Weed & Pest Board

During this week's meeting the Sheridan County Commission approved four members to the county's Weed and Pest Control District Board of Directors.

Johnson County Commission Renews Liquor Licenses

Liquor licenses in Johnson County were renewed by the county commissioners at their meeting this week.

Programs to Assist Guard and Families Focus of Discussion

Upcoming deployments and programs in place to assist Wyoming National Guard members, their families and civilian employers will be the focus of a community meeting with Army Guard command later this month.

Kinner Explains Remainder of Session

With over half of the 2019 General Session finished there is still a long process before bills start to become law.

Jennings Talks HJ6 Regarding Legislative Sessions

A bill that is currently being worked on by the 65th Wyoming Legislature would change the makeup of the state constitution.

UW Technology Aids in First-Ever Blockchain Beef Shipment

Blockchain technology developed at the University of Wyoming could change the way food is shipped and tracked across the globe.

UW Issues Statement on Charges Against Former Student-Athlete

The University of Wyoming has issued the following statement regarding the filing of charges of third-degree sexual assault and sexual battery in Albany County Circuit Court this week against former UW student-athlete Carl Granderson:

Barrasso: ‘It's Time to Pull the Plug on the Electric Car Subsidy’

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso (Courtesy photo)

During the introduction of the Fairness for Every Driver Act in the Senate Wednesday, U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming, sponsor of the legislation, said that “it’s time to pull the plug on the electric car subsidy.”