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October 5th, 2011

Feds Release Wyo. Wolf Delist Plan

Wyoming Game and Fish photo

CHEYENNE (AP) - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released its plan to remove wolves in Wyoming from federal protection and allow them to be shot on sight in most of the state.

Wyo. Education Meeting Includes Reform Discussion

CHEYENNE (AP) - Several key lawmakers assured teachers and school administrators that state legislative education reform efforts are evolving, and educators have a role in helping to shape it.

Buffalo Senior Center Will Get New Roof

Buffalo Senior Center

Buffalo Senior Center Acting Director Sally Frost and Board of Directors member C.W. “Burley” Johnson came before the Buffalo City Council Tuesday to present estimates for the replacement of the roof on the city-owned Buffalo Senior Center Building.

Information Released on Traffic Chase In Buffalo

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek released more information on the traffic chase and crash that happened in Buffalo Monday evening.

Buffalo, Jo Co to Move Forward With Joint Engineer

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commission approved the proposal to move forward in the process of creating a joint city/county engineer position after hearing the proposal from City Planner Zach Montgomery and County Planner Rob Yingling.

October 4th

SHS X-COUNTRY OFF AND RUNNING TO MONTANA

X-COUNTRY - The Sheridan high school cross country teams close out their regular season tomorrow at a meet in Helena, Montana.

Head coach Art Bauers has a young and talented group of runners on both teams this fall and he says with the season coming to close in three weeks a sense of urgency has taken over the runners.

And he says the young Bronc and Lady Bronc runners have done a good job this fall of staying competitive.

The Art of Seeing

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Janet Christenot enjoying the landscapes of Dennis Jacobs.

An artist's reception was held Tuesday evening at Sheridan College's Martinsen Gallery featuring the work of photographer Dennis Jacobs. The show is called “The Art of Seeing: Landscapes of Wyoming and Hawaii."

New Report Indicates Wyoming Needs Juvenile Justice Reform

New Report Indicates Wyoming Needs Juvenile Justice Reform

A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation suggests that Wyoming is in dire need of juvenile justice reforms as the state has the highest rate of juvenile incarceration.

Murder Suspect Apprehended in Washington State

This image provided by the FBI shows Sheldon Bernard Chase who has been arrested in Spokane, WA.. (AP Photo/FBI)

UPDATED: 9:00 PM -- Murder Suspect Caught

The FBI has confirmed that 22-year-old Sheldon Bernard Chase has been apprehended without incident in Spokane, Washington. A manhunt began Tuesday after three bodies were found at a home near Lodge Grass, MT on the Crow Reservation.

3 Dead, Suspect Sought on Crow Reservation

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Authorities say three people have been killed in a remote area of the Crow Reservation and a manhunt is underway for a suspect who may be armed.