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Ag industry expansion study postponed by business council board - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
The study was initiated by 2018 Wyoming Legislature Senate File 108. Within the bill, legislators requested that the Wyoming Business Council focus efforts on expanding the existing agriculture marketing program, thus providing for international trade representatives. More specifically, the bill req
Committee talking taxes in Buffalo
When the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Interim Committee meets Thursday and Friday this week in Buffalo, members will focus on one of the chief revenue-related questions facing the state: How does the state get energy companies to pay their taxes?
Bison big in blowout win
“The kids are doing a good job picking up what the defenses are doing and adjusting.” - Coach Rob HammondWhile the Buffalo High School Bison football offense may look a little more spread out this season, there is no denying how much they still rely on an effective run game that chased the Burns def
Awareness can save a life
The coalition erected two billboards in Johnson County, one in Buffalo and one in Kaycee, to let everyone know that “Your Life Matters.”
Two fires south of Jackson, Wyoming spreading rapidly at high elevation - Wildfire Today
It is not every year that in mid-September we see wildfires south of Jackson, Wyoming spreading rapidly at 7,000 to 10,000 feet above sea level.
Fall film series starts Tuesday
The Northwest Wyoming Film Series will open with a documentary about an internationally renowned violinist and end with a docu-drama about rodeo contestants, two men who deal with physical challenges.“Itzhak” and “The Rider” will bookend the NWFS fall season, which also includes “Leave No Trace,” “L
Lady Rams, Lady Eagles to face off Saturday in rivalry matchup - Local Sports, Sports - The Sheridan Press
BIG HORN — The Big Horn and Tongue River volleyball teams no longer play in the same conference, but the rivalry remains. Due to 2A class realignment, the Lady Rams are in the Northeast quadrant, while the Lady Eagles compete in the Northwest quadrant.
Mom, Daughter Facing Drug Charges After Traffic Stop in Wyoming
A 51-year-old Michigan woman and her 28-year-old daughter are facing a slew of drug charges following a Sept. 11 traffic stop west of Cheyenne.Court records say Roxanne Cebelak and Brooke Grummet were pulled over on Interstate 80 after aWyoming trooperresponding to a REDDI report observed them tailg
Wyoming: Grizzly bear and cub killed by wildlife officers after death of hunter guide
Wyomingwildlife officers killed a femalegrizzly bearand hercub. This followed an attack on ahunterfrom Florida, and his guide, Mark Uptain, on Friday. According to the Jackson Hole News & Guide, Brad Hovinga, a Wyoming Game and Fish Department spokesperson, said there are many bears in the area near
Buffalo Ridge counselor starts award to encourage responsibility,
BeforeLindsey Lundvallbecame the school counselor at Buffalo Ridge Elementary, she was a teacher for seven years.She admits that as a teacher, a lot of the time that isn’t spent teaching but is spent dealing with kids who aren’t on their best behavior in class.
Long road to sobriety: Local battles alcoholism, helps family with similar struggles - Feature Story, Local News, News - The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — During his last several years of binge drinking, Rick Gilmore blacked out every night. One of those nights, he recalled waking up to find a note in his handwriting next to his computer.
These 9 Weird Places In Wyoming Are As Strange As It Gets
Fossil Cabin, Medicine BowFlickr / Jeffrey BeallThis strange cabin was built almost entirely out of dinosaur bones from a nearby dig site. It was intended to get travelers off of the Lincoln Highway near Medicine Bow, so that they would then head into town and buy gas from nearby pumps. I'm not sure
Wyoming, the country’s top coal producer, is wrangling support for wind power
Just off Interstate 80 in Sinclair, Wyoming (population 415), the Sinclair Refinery processes crude oil from the United States and Canada. Every day the refinery, one of the region’s largest, converts 85,000 barrels of oil to gasoline, diesel, propane, and other petroleum products. But the town may
New Colorado Fire Crosses Into Wyoming, Forces Evacuations
The fire origin is located three miles southeast of Hog Park Guard Station, two miles south of the state line and two miles west of Buffalo Ridge Trailhead, in the extreme northern tip of the wilderness area.
WNV in Wyoming Horses: ‘Significant’ Activity Reported – The Horse
The Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory, Wyoming Department of Health, and Wyoming Livestock Board have received reports of “significant”West Nile virus (WNV)activity in the state over the past two weeks, they announced Sept. 10.
Ellen Grant, Wyoming County GOP Chairwoman
Alan Graham Wyoming county Republican Party chairperson. This week will be very busy week an important week with regards to the 27 congressional district. As far as the week ahead. How much of that will be part of the state Republican chairman meeting on Tuesday. Wow. At air tree much the beginning
Last-minute touchdown saves Wyoming football from upset to Wofford
LARAMIE — The Cowboys had the fear of the underdog.At the start of game week, Wyoming head football coach Craig Bohl said he could not overemphasize to his team how big of a challenge it faced in the Wofford Terriers, who play in the Football Championship Subdivision. Wofford came into the game rank
Man wanted for questioning in Kalamazoo homicide found in Wyoming
WYOMING, MI -- Wyoming police say they apprehended a man wanted for questioning in a homicide at Kalamazoo party store.Police said they took the man into custody on Saturday, Sept. 15 at a home in the 2900 block of West Avenue SW. He was arrested without incident and turned over to Kalamazoo Departm
Wyoming guide dead after bear attack; Florida hunter hurt
Teton County spokesman Billy Kirk said the client, Corey Chubon of Florida, suffered leg, chest and arm injuries and was flown to a Jackson hospital. The newspaper reported he left the hospital Saturday.
Federal officials investigate speeding up drilling process
CASPER — From gas leaks to raptor nests, federal officials investigate a number of impacts from potential oil gas development before wells can be drilled on Wyoming’s federal lands. An Interior Department advisory group may ask Congress to change that in some cases.The Royalty Policy Committee – a g