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Sheridan locals build climbing gym from scratch

SHERIDAN - A personal desire of two avid Sheridan rock climbers will soon turn into a community hangout for all ages. Johnny Crider and Justin Case, both born and raised in Sheridan, serve as American Mountain Guides Association rock guides in the area. The two lead other climbers through more than


Changes to two downtown buildings approved by P&Z

More improvements to storefronts are in store for downtown Cody. On March 13, the City of Cody Planning and Zoning Board OK'd proposed plans for two buildings as appropriate architecture for the city's historical district. Audrey Duke, owner of Olive & Pearl, plans to update the former Lisa's Americ


Sheridan commissioners approve air service contract

SHERIDAN (WNE) - Sheridan County commissioners approved a revenue and operating agreement between Key Lime Air, Sheridan County and Riverton that will allow local commercial air service to continue operating through June 2019. County administrative director Renee Obermueller said the agreement guara

GILLETTE NEWS RECORD - 2018-03-22 18:45:00

Letter: Room for all species of trout in Big Horn Basin

In his March 14th column, Bob Meinecke rails against the G&F whom he says "insist on killing our beloved brook trout." We are supposed to love them here because a Maine author loves them in their native range of Maine? Sorry, in Wyoming we love cutthroats because they are our native trout and they t


No spark in sick teen romance "Midnight Sun"

The ailing teen romance genre is a rite of passage for many young stars. Mandy Moore had "A Walk to Remember"; Shailene Woodley had "The Fault in Our Stars," and never forget the patient zero of these movies: the '70s cancer tearjerker "Love Story." These tales of doomed, innocent romance are so wil

WYOMING TRIBUNE-EAGLE - 2018-03-23 12:00:00

Lone Wolf Taekwondo tournament a success

Powell played host to the 25th Annual Lone Wolf Taekwondo Championships earlier this month, welcoming 15 schools to what's become the largest tournament of its kind in Wyoming. "It was the most smoothly of operated tournament we've had in many years," said Lone Wolf Martial Arts Academy's Chris Ivan

POWELL TRIBUNE - 2018-03-22 15:51:00

Public Notice - Buffalo Bulletin: Public Notices

February 20, 2018 The regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners was brought to order by Chairman William J Novotny, III at 9:00am on Tuesday February 20, 2018. Attending were Commissioners Linda Greenough and Robert Perry, Sheila Newcomb, County Clerk Vicki Edelman and County Attorney Tuc


Whoever decided to call it the 'dashboard'???

The vernal equinox, or first day of spring, is the exact time when the angle of the earth's inclination toward the sun lines up exactly with the equator and the length of day is exactly as long as the length of night. In Buffalo you can also tell the first day of spring or fall because that's when t


Imagine That - Buffalo Bulletin: Schools

"All you have to do is use your imagination," Pavey said. "If you do that, anything is possible." Henry David Thoreau once wrote, "The world is but a canvas to our imagination." While Pavey and his teammates on Kaycee School's Destination Imagination team aren't old enough to know who Thoreau is, th


Hope in Jesus Christ - Buffalo Bulletin: Letters To Editor

Speaking out about suicide. On our journey through life, we will have unexpected trials. The good news is that when we do stumble, God's grace enables us to overcome all barriers, to move closer to the life of hope and purpose. You are not alone ... "Your Life Matters." We all have done things for w


Overreach? City, P&Z members look at limits of duties

Do professional developers and people with small business projects feel intimidated when they go before the City of Cody Planning and Zoning Board? Whether the application approval process is an amicable give and take or whether changes are warranted so people understand they have options was the cr


Cody EMS services expanding to include South Big Horn district

Cody Regional Health is expanding its reach once again, this time regarding its emergency medical services. The medical district recently announced it has extended EMS services to the South Big Horn Rural Health District, which encompasses the towns of Basin, Greybull, Shell, Manderson and Hyattvill


Editorial: Provide your input on intersection

The recent announcement that the Wyoming Department of Transportation has awarded the City of Cody $50,000 in federal aid to study the intersection at Cody's 17th Street and Sheridan Avenue is welcome news. The monies will be used to evaluate whether the intersection poses a genuine traffic problem


Wyoming this Weekend, March 16-18

It may be a little early for Halloween, but the folks at Buffalo's Occidental Hotel are ready to provide visitors with a few haunts during a weekend ghost hunt. The Occidental has been identified as one of Wyoming's most haunted locations and the hotel is hosting the first public investigation of th


Miller serves first meeting as GCSD board member

GOSHEN COUNTY - Torrington's Zachary Miller took his seat as an official Goshen County School District No. 1 Board of Trustees member at a meeting Tuesday evening. The Goshen County Commissioners appointed Miller to the open spot following interviews last week and in the wake of a clerical error, wh


Juvenile detention center nears capacity

The juvenile detention center reached 15 inmates Thursday and Friday, an all-time high for the 16-bed facility, said Sheriff Scott Matheny. Since then, that number has dropped to 13, which is still well above the facility's average of eight. Fluctuations in inmate population happen daily and have no


Woman pleads to 2 reduced charges for her part in murders

A woman involved in the 2016 deaths of two Sweetwater County men has pleaded guilty to two counts of interference with a peace officer, both misdemeanors. In District Court on Monday, Kylee Collins, 24, said she lied to investigators during their September 2016 probe into two missing men, Jody Fortu