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Steppe named top social worker

Lorraine Steppe (left) holds the Wyoming Social Worker of the Year award presented by Kimberly Harper, executive director for the National Association of Social Workers-Wyoming Chapter, during a state conference in Sheridan last September. (Courtesy photo) Cody mental health counselor Lorraine Stepp


Museum holds new exhibit on Russell works

A special winter exhibit highlighting the works of famed western artist Charlie Russell and artists impacted by him is on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. The exhibit "Charlie's Circle: The Art and Influence of Charles M. Russell" opened Nov. 21 and will run through May 13. Contained

CODY ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 19:20:00

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HIGHWAY 387: A tractor trailer rolled over at 2:51 p.m. Monday west of Wright, according to a Fire Department press release. The driver was able to get out on his own and was taken to Campbell County Memorial Hospital for treatment. The tractor was hauling production water, which firefighters cleane

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD - 2017-11-21 18:00:00

Eagle Lake trout return to Lake Desmet

Bulletin Photo by Floyd Whiting Dustin Cram from the Clark's Fork hatchery, picked up these Eagle Lake rainbow trout from the Ten Sleep hatchery and transported the fish to Lake De Smet. The transport truck is equipped with oxygen tanks that feed an aeration system allowing the ability to safetly tr


How to tell if it's Thanksgiving in Wyoming

Over the years the Bench Sitters have observed this holiday seems to bring more families together than any other, and it's a favorite for that reason. We've heard all kinds of ways to cook a turkey for that special meal. Most of us pick out a good one in the cooler at the grocery store. Some like to


School board approves 31 policies on first reading

The Johnson County School District board continued down the long, winding road of policy revisions on Nov. 13 as trustees approved another 31 policies on first reading. "We still have a long ways to go, but we have a lot under our belt too," Chairman Rich Hall said. "We've made a lot of progress tha


Buffalo Bill Center of the West loans 80 pieces of art to Salt Lake City museum

A traveling exhibition of 80 pieces of art will go on the road from the Buffalo Bill Center of the West instead of spending the winter in Cody. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West's "Go West! Art of the American Frontier" will open in Salt Lake City at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts Dec. 3 and will re

CODY ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 18:44:00

A wild drive - Buffalo Bulletin: Sports

Sometimes even the least outdoorsy kind of person gets introduced to the outdoors in atypical ways in small town Wyoming. Whether it's raccoons digging through a trash can, rabbits eating a garden or a black bear sitting on someone's porch on North DeSmet, the odds of coming face to face with wildli


Search continues for wanted Halifax County man

Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Officers and other agencies have recently responded to numerous reports of suspicious persons over the last week as they carry on their search for Antone Hamlett. Officers also continue to ask the public for information regarding his whereabouts. Hamlett, 34, of Memoria

YOURGV.COM - 2017-11-22 18:48:00

In Halifax, a dedication to small business

The town of Halifax will participate in the Small Business Saturday event on Nov. 25 to support independent businesses in the town of Halifax and Halifax County. Founded by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday is a day to celebrate the small businesses that help support and preserve the

YOURGV.COM - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Halifax suspect facing assault charge

A 28-year-old Halifax man faces a felony charge of assault with intent to maim, according to Halifax County Sheriff's Office records. Waverly Kermit Pannell Jr., 28, of Pine Trail was charged with the alleged offense that occurred Sunday, and Deputy W. K. Bane served the warrant the same day. Teres

YOURGV.COM - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Danville may grow bus service to Pittsylvania, Halifax

Danville might expand its bus service to Pittsylvania and Halifax counties in coming years. City Council is considering whether to apply for grant money from the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation for the bus service expansion. The expansion would come at no cost to the city and,

GODANRIVER.COM - 2017-11-22 00:34:00

Hunt held for those with disabilities

Keeping its tradition going, the Halifax Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation partnered with the Virginia Wheelin's Sportsmen for their 14th annual Wheelin' Sportsmen deer hunt on Saturday before Thanksgiving to offer a deer hunt for people with disabilities. A total of eight Virginia Whee

YOURGV.COM - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Davenport Energy awards $31,000 in education grants

Davenport Energy Inc. in Chatham will award $31,000 in ExxonMobil Educational Alliance grants to schools in Virginia and North Carolina. Grants, which range from $500 to $1,000, benefit classrooms, teachers and students. Targeting math and science, ExxonMobil grants may be used for films, speakers o

YOURGV.COM - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Agritourism workshop planned in Southside

Virginia's farms are adding something new to their agricultural enterprises as they invite tourists to experience their fields. This blending of agriculture and tourism has created a growing interest in the components of agritourism and the tools for bringing people onto farmland. With agritourism o


Thanksgiving: the forgotten holiday

I recall a statement made by a former co-worker 20 years ago, when she noticed that the gap between Halloween and Christmas seems to be closing. They forget all about poor, little old Thanksgiving, she said, and I agree. Situated between one increasingly consumer-driven holiday, Halloween, and one a

YOURGV.COM - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

State study faults Hudson PCB cleanup

The state sent the results of its own study on the Hudson River PCB cleanup to the nation's top environmental official Wednesday that claims the $1 billion cleanup is not finished and more work needs to be done. Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos said the work, based on some 1,200

TIMES UNION - 2017-11-22 16:19:35

Environmental groups propose safety measures for Hudson

Environmental groups are recommending a variety of safety initiatives to further protect the Hudson River, including limiting where barges and tankers can anchor on the Hudson. Recommendations from Riverkeeper, Scenic Hudson and Hudson River Sloop Clearwater include further traffic management and co

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 20:36:29

Peak-usage period for Central Hudson's variable electric rate program shrinks from 12 hours to 5

The state Public Service Commission has shortened the higher-cost peak-usage period in a Central Hudson program that lets customers pay varying electricity rates. The change, reducing the peak pricing period from 12 hours to five hours per day, was approved by the commission last week and "should pr

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Freeman launches 41st annual Holiday Fund drive to benefit Mid-Hudson agencies that help the needy

KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Donations large and small are being accepted by the Freeman as the newspaper launches its 41st annual Holiday Fund drive to aid five Mid-Hudson agencies that help the region's needy. The money raised in the annual drive, which runs through Christmas, is used by the agencies in a va

DAILY FREEMAN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00