Gov. Mead Addresses Legislators at Close of 2013 Session
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead spoke to members of the state Senate and House of Representatives at the close of this year's legislative session. Overall, Governor Mead thanked legislators for their hard work and for tackling some tough issues.
The Internal Revenue Service is warning the public about a national-level scam making its rounds across the country involving bogus emails supposedly from the IRS. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.
Congressional staffers gathered Tuesday to hear why the House should move to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso were among 20 GOP senators who voted against reauthorizing the VAWA. (Safiya Merchant/Medill — click to view)
A banner hangs on the wall outside the entrance to Supt. Cindy Hill’s new office in the Barrett Building. A clash between lawmakers and the Superintendent of Public Instruction led to her removal from the Department of Education. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile — click to view)
Bighorn National Forest Managers have announced that the Burgess Junction Visitors Center will not open in 2013. BHNF Recreational Staff Officer Dave McKee explains why they decided to not open this summer.
The monthly meeting of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees meeting Wednesday began with Hospital Foundation Director Ada Kirven talking about the significance of gifts that the they receive for projects.
The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, denied a request from the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo to be added to their list for consideration for funding through the one-percent committee.