Archive - 2009

December 20th

NV Wildlife Agency Backs BLM In Wild-Horse Lawsuit

RENO, Nev. (AP) - The Nevada Department of Wildlife is siding with federal land managers against a lawsuit seeking to block the removal of 2,500 wild horses from the range north of Reno.

December 19th

Wyoming beats Fresno St. in 2OT to win New Mexico Bowl‎

Albuquerque, NM (Sports Network) - David Leonard hauled in seven passes for 60 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning TD catch in the second overtime, as the Wyoming Cowboys upended the

Saturday Basketball

The Sheridan Broncs lost to Salmon,ID 60 to 54.The Sheridan Lady Broncs won 75 to Jackson's 38.

Saturday, December 19th

NEW MEXICO BOWL - The Wyoming football Cowboys play Fresno State in the New Mexico bowl this afternoon the Pokes head into the game at 6-6 with Fresno State at 8-4.

December 18th

Montana Land Board To Make Decision On Coal Reserve Monday

BILLINGS, (AP) - State officials say the Montana Land Board will vote Monday on whether to put up for lease a half-billion ton coal reserve near the Wyoming border - a

Plans Progress For Wyoming Coal-to-GasolinePlant

CHEYENNE, (AP) - Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal is supporting a Texas company's proposal to build a major plant for turning coal into gasoline. The U.S.

SEEDA Eyes Possible Partnership With Forward Sheridan

The Sheridan Economic and Education Development Authority Joint Powers Board was formed to oversee the creation of the Hand in Hand Early Childhood Education Center.

Sheridan Recreation District Is Offering A Sledding Trip For Area Youth Next Week

The Sheridan Recreation District will be offering a sledding trip for local youth Tuesday December 22nd. Sheridan Recreation District Director Richard Wright.

Fishing Lake Gets $100,000 Grant

GILLETTE, (AP) - The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resources Trust has awarded Gillette a $100,000 grant to help fix problems with Fishing Lake.

Wyoming Senators Critical Of Federal Mine Review

CASPER, (AP) - Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi of Wyoming have joined six other senators in criticizing the Obama administration for what they claim is a "decision to review all state-issued coal