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May 11th, 2017

Can Wyoming citizens help stop “dark money?”

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WyoFile.com -Ken Chestek says he was blindsided by political mailers attacking his opponent in last fall’s race for House District 46.

Revenue Committee Meeting

The Joint Revenue Interim Committee of the Wyoming Legislature is meeting today and tomorrow in Saratoga.

SAWS Board Considers Proposed Budget

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board met for their regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter was there and has the details.

Enzi Discusses Economic Growth During Hearing

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The U.S. Senate Budget Committee held a hearing Wednesday that focused on growth policies for the new administration.

May 10th

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

WYOMING TOURISM-ECLIPSE

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State tourism officials say the solar eclipse passing over the entire length of Wyoming in August could give the state economy a much needed boost.

Regional Soccer Starts Today / Track and Field Regionals Open Friday / Rockies Shut out the Cubs / Cowboy Joe Club Function Tonight at BTB

TRACK AND FIELD - High school track and field regional meets take place this week all the 1-A, 2-A and 4-A East teams will be competing in Gillette events start tomorrow and conclude Saturday the all class Wyoming state track and field championships will be in Casper next week.

Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian says the Broncs and Lady Broncs are expecting good results over the next two weeks.

Buffalo City Attorney Continues Work on Liquor Code

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven continues to work on revisions to the city's liquor codes, after meetings with city leaders outlined some changes and additions that needed to be made to the code, after the state legislature gave the power to do so to local governments during this year's session.

Buffalo Mayor 'Excited' For Possible Tech Company Expansion

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson is looking forward to new, good-paying jobs with a possible expansion of a technology company into Buffalo, but is also concerned about the funding from both the city and Johnson County for a feasibility study that is now underway.

Gatchell Museum History Program Friday

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum is presenting a history program this Friday evening on the use of fire during the Great Sioux War of the late 1800's.