The Office of Consumer Advocate filed testimony this week recommending to the Public Service Commission that the proposed utility rate increase by MDU be much smaller than what the company requested. OCA Administrator Bryce Freeman explains what was recommended.
Every year, data is compiled to give Wyoming residents a snapshot of the health and welfare of the state’s children. The latest report, called Wyoming Kids Count released earlier this week, shows that there are actually fewer children.
Sheridan County adopted their comprehensive plan last year and they have been working to implement many of the recommendations made in the document. The plan encourages the preservation of open spaces as development occurs throughout the county. County Planner Mark Reid says the county is considering the allowance of cluster developments.
The Ranchester Town Council elected to table awarding the bid for a track loader at their meeting Tuesday night. Councilman Dennis Dunn called for the motion to table the item and he explains that he'd like more information on the equipment before making a decision.
Nicholas and Jennifer Edwards made their first appearance in Circuit Court on Tuesday. The husband and wife are charged with intent to distribute marijuana and felony child endangerment for having their 11-year-old son in the house while the couple used methamphetamine. Judge John Sampson set a $15,000 cash only bond on both of them.
The Wyoming Cancer Resource Services program is broken up into five different regions throughout the state. Region Two covers much of Northeast Wyoming, including Sheridan Johnson and Campbell counties. The program for Northeast Wyoming is fairly new, as it started in October of 2009.