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November 25th, 2011

Mead Praises Private Industry For Unemployment Decrease

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, in a media release from his office this week, praised private industry including energy, tourism and agriculture for creating jobs in Wyoming.

City of Sheridan Working on Modifying Cemetery Code

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City of Sheridan Working on Modifying Cemetery Code

In an effort to clean up some archaic language in code pertaining to the Municipal Cemetery, the Sheridan City Council is in the process of adopting an ordinance modifying the operations at the cemetery.

BDA Gets Backing of City Council, Jo Co Commission

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The Buffalo Downtown Association was seeking backing of both the Buffalo City Council and the Johnson County Commission at their meetings last week.

Buffalo Chamber Calendars On Sale In Time For Christmas

Buffalo Chamber Calendar

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce has compiled photos from area photographers and put them together in a Chamber Calendar for 2012.

November 25th

Business Council to Consider Several Items Pertaining to Sheridan

City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The Wyoming Business Council Board will meet in Cheyenne Thursday, December 1st to hear updates from three of its operational divisions as well as review applications for Business Ready Community and Community Development Block Grant funds.

The Blessing in Serving

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Thanksgiving Day dinner servers at the Homeless Shelter

Thanksgiving Day found a group of volunteers giving up their afternoon to serve a Thanksgiving Day feast to those less fortunate at the Homeless Shelter.

Jo Co Deputies Recognized For Their Efforts

Two Johnson County Sheriff's Deputies were recently recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community.

November 23rd

Turkey Cooking Tips From The Wyoming Culinary Institute

Tim Rockwell, chef with the Wyoming Culinary Institute, was on Public Pulse Tuesday with some tips for cooking a Thanksgiving turkey.

Yellowstone Begins Effort to Update Fire Management Plan

Yellowstone Begins Effort to Update Fire Management Plan

Yellowstone National Park is seeking to update their Fire Management Plan to reflect recent changes in federal fire policy. The Fire Management Plan is the guide that is used by park officials on how to manage wildland fires in Yellowstone.

Wyoming Officials Disappointed With Grizzly Ruling

Wyoming Officials Disappointed With Grizzly Ruling

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Governor Matt Mead and other officials in Wyoming say they're disappointed with this week's ruling by a federal appeals court that stopped the federal government from ending Endangered Species Act protections for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone region.