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Mountain Lions in the Big Horns

Mountain Lions in the Big Horns (Photo courtesy of xtremecamera.com user JK2007)

Scott Talbot, Director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, spoke with Public Pulse Host Kim Love on Tuesday about an increase in the mountain lion population in some places they have not been present historically. Talbot explains.

Wyo. Legislature to Consider Game & Fish License Hikes

Wyo. Legislature to Consider Game & Fish License Hikes

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming lawmakers will face a range of bills concerning hunting and fishing issues when they convene next month, including one that calls for increasing license fees.

Host of Motley Fool Money Talks Fiscal Cliff

Host of Motley Fool Money Talks Fiscal Cliff (Stock photo)

With all the talk about the so-called fiscal cliff looming over our heads, host of Public Pulse, Kim Love, spoke to Chris Hill, the host of Motley Fool Money on Wednesday during a segment of Public Pulse on 930 AM KROE.

WHP Heightens DUI Enforcement During Holidays

WHP Heightens DUI Enforcement During Holidays

The Wyoming Highway Patrol is increasing the number of boots on the ground during New Years Eve. Sergeant Stephen Townsend with the WHP says this is because of the many late-night parties on the holiday.

Sheridan County Year in Review: April through June

UW President Tom Buchanan, left; and Sheridan College President Paul Young announcing the sale of the Watt Ag building to UW. (Photo by Ron Richter)

We continue our Sheridan County year in review series with a look back at some of the top stories for April through June.

Holiday Spirit Campaign Continues

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Sheridan Senior Center Director of Development Rindy West

As of Thursday, the Sheridan Senior Center's Holiday Spirit Campaign had raised $17,000. Donation letters were sent out prior to Thanksgiving and another round of letters are expected to go out in mid January.

Buffalo Council Approves Change Orders For Sports Complex

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved change orders in the amount of $261,874 for O'Dell Construction for the sports fields complex currently under construction at the old Centennial Park.

What to Do With Those Old Cell Phones

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If you received a new cell phone for Christmas and are wondering what to do with your old phone, Sheridan Community Federal Credit Union has just the thing for you. Credit Union Vice President Megan Powers explains.

Wyoming Has Nation's 4th Highest Population Growth

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming has 6,000 more new residents than it did a year ago, giving the Cowboy State the fourth-highest population growth rate in the country. The State Economic Analysis division says the newcomers moved to Wyoming between July 2011 and July 2012.

Montana Man Accused of Threat Against Wyoming School

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MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - Police say a 19-year-old Montana man has been arrested for making threats against a school in Gillette, Wyo. Missoula County Sheriff's Detective Jason Johnson says Erik Sven Wengren was arrested Friday and charged with disorderly conduct.