Archive - Jan 19, 2013 - News

Wyo. Hay Production in 2012 Worst Since 2002

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Hot, dry weather took a toll on Wyoming's 2012 hay crop.

According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service, the state produced 1.9 million tons of hay in 2012, down from 2.4 million tons the previous year and the lowest hay production since 2002.

Reducing the Stigma of Discussing Mental Health

Reducing the Stigma of Discussing Mental Health (Photo courtesy of deviantart.com user saccharinesmile)

With President Obama's announcement last week that he's implementing sweeping gun reform in the shadow of the mass murder/suicide school shootings, the discussion about mental health has taken a back seat. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy continues with part two of our series looking into the causes, risks and possible solutions for suicide - and the mental health issues behind it.

Help Kick Addictions in Wyoming

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It’s been a few weeks since Wyomingites started listing their New Year’s resolutions. So how are they sticking? One study shows less than 40 percent stick to their goals, and if an addiction is on the list – the success rate is usually even lower.

Drilling Simulator Will Benefit Students, Industry

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A Drilling Simulator Teaching Laboratory will be opening next fall at the University of Wyoming.

Sage Grouse Meeting January 23 in Gillette

Sage grouse. Image courtesy Wyoming Game & Fish.

The Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Working Group will have their next meeting Wednesday, January 23rd beginning at the Powder River Energy office located at 200 S. Garner Lake Road in Gillette.

Johnson County Attorney Releases Sentencing Information

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock's office this week released information on sentencing and other court proceedings from December of 2012.