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November 15th, 2012

Assessor Takes Back Voucher For Legal Services

At a special meeting called by the Johnson County Commissioners Thursday morning, County Assessor Cindy Rogers asked for the voucher submitted for legal fees to be returned to her, and that the county not pay those fees.

New proposal may raise fish population in ranchland streams

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Drought conditions in 2002 reduced the flow of Wyoming’s Big Sandy River. A new bill in the state legislature would allow private landowners to temporarily lease their water rights to fishing organizations and other groups. (Courtesy of U.S. Geological Survey — click to expand)

By Kelsey Dayton, WyoFile.com

Former LDCC Highlights DeSmet Lease Issues

Members of the former Lake DeSmet Counties Coalition have protested the sale of Sheridan County's sale of water rights since the proposal was first introduced for public review.

G&F Requests Amendments to DeSmet Proposal

Sheridan County Commissioner, Terry Cram, has elaborated on yesterday's meeting with the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission in Rock Springs.

PBS Offers Wyoming Perspectives of Medicare, Social Security

Tonight, PBS will broadcast a discussion with Wyoming residents regarding the future of Medicare and Social Security. Viewers are invited to call in with their questions about healthcare reform and express their opinions regarding the management of the federal programs.

November 15th

JCSD1 Updated On Feasibility Study For Clear Creek School

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees heard an update on the feasibility study to determine the possible uses of the Clear Creek School building once the district vacates the building later this year and moves into the new Cloud Peak School which is currently under construction.

POKES IN NOW 2-0 BACK IN ACTION TONIGHT / SC HOOPS IN ACTION FRIDAY

Wyoming Head coach Larry Shyatt

COWBOY / COWGIRL BASKETBALL - The Wyoming basketball Cowboys are 2-0 after Leonard Washington went for 17 and 10 against North Carolina-Central Wednesday night in a 73-60 Pokes victory.

They continue play tonight in their own tournament against South Dakota you can hear the game live on KWYO and 87.7 FM Pregame will start at 6:30 with Tip at 7:00.

Tomorrow we will have a Cowgirl / Cowboy double header for you the Cowgirls play Denver University at 5:00 and Pokes take on Southern University at 8:00 on KWYO and 87.7 FM.

Celebrating 50 Years

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The Best Western Sheridan Center will be celebrating half a century in the Sheridan community with an anniversary party and customer appreciation night this evening. Best Western Sale Director Nicole Pearce explains what they've all got planned.

Non-Profit Calls for Obama to Cut Out Religion From Oath of Office

Non-Profit Calls for Obama to Cut Out Religion From Oath of Office (Photo courtesy of http://www2.fbi.gov)

The Freedom from Religion Foundation, a non-profit educational organization, has sent a letter to President Obama asking him to remove any religious references from his upcoming oath of office.