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3-D Printing Software Focus of Tech Meet-up

Brady Adams talked about Teton Simulation at Monday night's tech meet-up. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A Laramie-based startup company that's working on simulation software for 3-D printed parts was the focus of a tech meet-up Monday night at CoWork at the Montgomery.

School District 1 Has Unique Bus Situation

School District 1 has a unique bus situation, according to the district's transportation coordinator. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 1 is unique.

'Flame of Hope' Run Held Monday

Special Olympic athletes participate in the Flame of Hope run in Sheridan. (Courtesy photo)

About 65 to 70 Special Olympics athletes ran a loop from Sheridan's Whitney Park down Main Street and back Monday morning during this year's Flame of Hope run.

Buffalo Council to Discuss Purchase of Building

Buffalo's City Council will hold a public hearing on and discuss the purchase of a building located at 18 Plains Drive at tonight's council meeting.

Kaycee To Host 'Playday' June 8th

Organizers in Kaycee will be hosting a “Playday” for kids on Saturday, June 8th, and entries are being taken now through the day of the event.

Buffalo Pathfinders Offering Group Walks

The Buffalo Pathfinders organization will be offering group walks at area attractions in the coming weeks, and anyone interested is invited to attend.

A Message to 2019 Grads: a World in Flux Awaits

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I have seen the future. It is just like today, only different. Oops, it changed again. Never mind.

It is truly hard to imagine the kind of world today’s Wyoming High School graduates will be experiencing during their long lives after graduation.

Women Build Set for Saturday

On Saturday, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will host their 2019 Women Build Day at 1721 Willow Trail. Habitat Executive Director Christine Dieterich explains more about the annual event.

Sheridan County Museum, Warnke Talk Rosebud Diorama

Photo by: Ron Richter

The Sheridan County Museum and Historical Society have been renovating their space and changing the exhibits for their season opening later this month. One of the notable changes will be the absence of the Rosebud Diorama created by local resident Tom Warnke.

Wyoming lawmakers revive failed tax proposals

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LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers are taking another look at tax proposals that failed to pass this year, including a corporate income tax for large retailers.