Kinskey Talks CREG Report

The Consensus Revenue Estimating Group recently released their updated report for reference in the upcoming Budget Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature.

Army Corps studying weather network to help control flooding

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The Army Corps of Engineers is studying the possible construction of an $11.1 million network of weather stations to improve flood control across the Upper Missouri River Basin.

Wyoming News Update

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 21, 1920

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 21, 1920.

College Trustees Hear Updates on School District 2 Projects

School District 2 trustees meet with college trustees Monday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Representatives of Sheridan County School District 2 updated trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District on programs that the school district operates with help from Sheridan College in a joint meeting of the two boards Monday night.

Vets 'Campus' Plans Exciting for Community

The veterans skilled nursing facility that was awarded to Buffalo last year will be, when completed, part of the Veterans Home of Wyoming campus west of Buffalo at Fort McKinney.

Presentation to Focus on Human Trafficking Awareness

Compass Center for Families will present a class on Human Trafficking and Exploitation later this month in Buffalo.

Tourism Promotion Grants Available Through JCTA

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the 2020 Johnson County Tourism Association's Tourism Promotional Grants.

Work on Schiffer Could Start in March

Work could start on the Schiffer Collaborative School in March. (Site schematic)

Depending on the weather, construction of the new John C. Schiffer Collaborative School building could start in March.

Business Council Offers Help to Preserve Historic Buildings

Owners of historic commercial buildings can get financial help from the state for preservation efforts. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Owners of historical commercial buildings located in traditional downtown districts may be eligible for funds to help preserve those buildings.

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