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December 3rd

Traversing Denali Presentation Next Week in Dayton

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The Ranchester-Dayton Rotary Club is sponsoring a presentation next week by Sheridan resident Kameron Condos entitled “Traversing Denali”. Program Chairman for the Rancester-Dayton Rotary Club Norm Anderson explains a little bit about the presentation.

Body Found Along Road South of Hardin

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The FBI is investigating after a body was found early Monday on Secondary Highway 313 south of Hardin on the Crow Reservation. Authorities responded to an "incident" on the highway, but a statement did not release any further details.

Three Bodies Recovered in Central Utah Plane Wreckage

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FILLMORE, Utah (AP) - Searchers in central Utah have found the wreckage of a missing plane bound for Gillette, Wyoming. Sevier County Sheriff Nathan Curtis says rescuers spotted the plane Sunday morning and recovered the bodies of three people on-board.

Expert Advice: Avoid Holiday Party Calorie Binges

One of the less joyous side effects of the holiday season for many people is the unintended weight gain that results from overeating.

Gov Mead Calls For Fiscal Policy Change, Fuel Tax

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Gov Matt Mead

By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.com

(originally published November 30, 2012)

Police Provide Details About Casper Homocide

Only a handful of students were in a Wyoming community college classroom when a man barged in with a bow and arrow and two knives, and killed the instructor and then himself.

CP Cancels Powder River Basin Railroad Plans

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Canadian Pacific Railroad has announced it will not move forward with plans to build a 260-mile extension of railroad into the Powder River Basin.

Barrasso, Enzi Want Congressional Protection for Phillipine Bells

Sen. John Barrasso is pushing legislation that would require congressional approval to move the Bells of Balangiga from F.E. Warren Air Force Base in Cheyenne.

WGFD Hosts Meeting About Proposed License Changes

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is hosting a series of public discussions around the state to get public input regarding three issues regarding the way hunting license administration operates.

December 2nd

Holidays Bring Diet Pitfalls

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We flipped our calendars to a new month this weekend, and with December comes the joys and perils of the holiday season. Sarah Haughton, registered dietitian at Sheridan Memorial Hospital, says a lot of eating habits go askew this time of the year.