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December 30th

Wyoming Senators Seek to Cut Adoption Red Tape

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(Photo courtesy of Senator Mike Enzi's office)

The United States Senate recently passed legislation that would help parents of internationally adopted children correct errors on their child’s birth certificate. U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso, joined 11 other senators in cosponsoring the Accuracy for Adoptees Act.

Looking Ahead to 2014: The Future is so Bright, We Have to Wear Shades

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Bill Sniffin

Today’s Wyoming is not your grandfather’s Wyoming.  Or even your father’s Wyoming.

AP News Update

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LOCAL FUNDING

Wyo. cities, towns back Mead's local funding hike

No Sheridan County Death Reported in Crash

I90 Piney Creek North Bridge -- WyDOT web came Saturday morning

UPDATE: We just received a call from Sheridan County Deputy Coroner Kevin Sessions saying his department did not handle a fatality in relation to the crash.

Year in Review 2013: First Quarter, January-March

Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston

We begin our Sheridan Media 2013 Year in Review with a look back at a few of the top stories for the first quarter, of January through March.

December 30th

This Week's Poll Question

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A new year will begin this week along with the typical New Year's resolutions like losing weight, paying off bills, or simply eating healthier. What's yours?

Local Author Releases New Collaboration

Buffalo Author Steve Rzasa has completed and recently released his newest novel, a collaboration entitled “A Man Disrupted.”

He and co-author Vox Day released the book earlier this month through publisher Marcher Lord Press.

Buffalo Council Mulls Crazy Woman Square Parking

Buffalo's City Council discussed parking at Crazy Woman Square after City Attorney Ben Kirven brought the subject up during his report at their last meeting.

Top Johnson County Stories of 2013: January-March

This week we will be looking back at the top stories of 2013 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will look at the stories from January through March of 2013.

AP News Update

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AVALANCHE DEATH

Separate avalanches in Wyoming kill 2 within hours

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - A second person has died in an avalanche in Wyoming's Jackson area.