Archive - Mar 24, 2013 - News

Game and Fish Works to Educate Wyo. Youth on Poaching

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Game and Fish Works to Educate Wyo. Youth on Poaching

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Game and Fish Warden Bill Haley believes that educating young people can help in limiting poaching incidents.

Haley recently distributed posters in Laramie with graphic images from two poaching incidents accompanied by information about the penalties in each case.

Wyo. Military Dept. Plans to Furlough More Than 430 Employees

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Wyo. Military Dept. Plans to Furlough More Than 430 Employees

The Wyoming Military Department announced it's planning to furlough more than 430 due to furloughs planned by the Department of Defense. The majority of affected employees work either in Cheyenne at the Joint Forces Readiness Center or with the Wyoming Air National Guard.

Homelessness in Sheridan County: Part One

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Homelessness in Sheridan County: Part One (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

A study recently conducted by the Volunteers of America of the Northern Rockies and the Homelessness Resource Alliance of Northeastern Wyoming found that 80 individuals within the county lacked a safe place to sleep. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy brings us part one of his series.

Sheridan Media Week In Review

Here's a look at the past weeks top stories from Sheridan Media News:

Monday's City Council Meeting ushered in the long-awaited 5th Street Corridor Plan. City Planning Director, Robert Briggs.

Renovated UW Clinic Offers Unique Counselor Education Experience

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(Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

The University of Wyoming has completed a major renovation to the Counselor Education Clinic in the College of Education. Clinic Director Michael Morgan says the facility provides a safe, professional environment for training future school counselors.