Archive - 2013 - News

November 4th

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment
RUSSIAN-RIFLE SIGHTS

Judge sets trial for Russian in rifle sight case

Judge Orders Montana to Re-Compute Coal Tax

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A state judge has ordered Montana authorities to recalculate how much is owed by a Wyoming mining company that challenged its $3.4 million tax bill.

Wintry Autumn Weather Makes Old Men Grumpy

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Bill Sniffin

The boys down at the coffee shop were in a grumpy mood earlier on this day.  They had just endured their fourth heavy wet snowstorm. And it was just Oct. 28!

Voters Can Still Register

Come Tuesday, voters will go to the polls to cast a vote for or against the capital facilities tax which will generate $40 million over the next 8 years for infrastructure.

Park Service Closes Yellowstone Roads

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Most roads into Yellowstone National Park are now closed for the season.

Officials Investigate Death As Homicide

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Law enforcement officials in Big Horn County are investigating the death of a 42-year-old Saint Xavier man.

November 4th

Movember Changes Face Of Men's Health

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Friday, the kick-off of Movember, a global effort to raise awareness and funds for men's health and the cancers that affect men was held at Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

College Hosts Discovery Day

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Saturday was Discover Day at Sheridan College, a time for parents and their potential students to take a look at what the college has to offer.

Zane Garstad, Director of Enrollment Services at the college tells us what people could expect.

Candy Goes To Soldiers Overseas

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Saturday, Bighorn Pediatric Dentistry offered a buy-back program for any unwanted and unopened Halloween candy at a dollar a pound up to five pounds.

Erin Kranz says the buy-back program is a win-win opportunity.

Zombies Run For Life

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Saturday, zombies were on the loose throughout town chasing down runners participating in a fun run to benefit CHAPS, an equine assisted therapy program in Sheridan County.