Cindy Hill Wins Bid for State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Republican Cindy Hill will be the next Superintendent of Public Instruction for Wyoming.

Not only will Wyoming have a new Governor come 2011, but a new State Superintendent of Public Instruction is also in the cards for the State's future. Republican Cindy Hill won easily over Democrat Mike Massie in what was supposed to be one of the closer statewide races.

Ranchester Elects a New Mayor

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The race for Mayor of Ranchester was separated by only 23 votes as Allan Moore edged Peter Clark by the narrowest of margins. Moore says that he intends to keep working on some of the things that were started by longtime Mayor Cliff Clevenger.

Representative Lummis Will Return To Congress

One of the first statewide races to be called was for the U.S. House of Representatives. Republican Cynthia Lummis won a clear majority over her Democratic opponent, David Wendt, and so will be returning to Washington as Wyoming's sole House Representative.

Sheridan County Commission Adopts Conservation Design Amendments

Sheridan County Planner Mark Reid

At the November 2nd Sheridan County Commission meeting, Commissioners considered and then adopted Zoning Rules and Division of Land Rules each amended to incorporate the Conservation Design process fo

Missing Plane Found: No Survivors

Photo taken just west of the crash site along Indian Pass in the Wind River Mountains of NW Wyoming. Visible in the photo is the trail made by the team of mountaineers who spotted the wreckage as they made their way down the mountainside. (Courtesy Photo)

LANDER, Wyo. (AP) - Searchers in Wyoming say they found the wreckage of a small plane that was carrying four members of a Minneapolis family, and there were no survivors.

Mead and Peterson on Health Care

Today, Wyomingites will go to the polls and decide who is going to be Wyoming's next governor, replacing the current governor, Dave Freudenthal, a Democrat.

UW Receives $700,000 Research Grant

The University of Wyoming recently received a $700,000 grant to research ways of improving the competitiveness of organic crop and forage producers.

2010 General Election is Today: Get Out and Vote!

Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech
Sheridan County Election Supervisor Brenda Miech

The 2010 General Election takes place in Wyoming today.

Election Day Reminders for Wyoming Midterms

Residents can register at the polls for the General Election on November 2nd.

Tomorrow is General Election Day around the United States, and in Wyoming, several major seats will be decided.

Council to Consider “The Next Big Phase” For Corner of Coffeen and Main Street

Fixing up the corner of Main Street and Coffeen where the old Maverick Gas Station used to be is on the Sheridan City Council Agenda for tonight.

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