Wyomingites on Public Lands have probably seen shaggy white dogs tending to herds of sheep in the summertime. While the Forest Service and other government agencies have campaigns informing wilderness visitors to leave stock dogs alone, not everyone understands their role.
Results of a statewide standardized test will be released Monday, and the results will show how different counties in Wyoming compare in regard to their public education programs, as well has how the state compares to the rest of the nation.
Construction on the 53,000 square-foot Edward A. Whitney Academic Center on the campus of Sheridan College continues to take shape as the faculty wing is nearly complete. Sheridan College Chief Financial Officer Cheryl Heath.
Upgrading the booster stations within the SAWS system will continue as the SAWS Joint Powers Board approved a contract with DOWL-HKM to design the upgrades to 8 booster stations that will be replaced this year. SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger.
Marie Verger, with the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA) approached the Buffalo City Council at their meeting Tuesday to ask for approval to put signage on Main Street designating Buffalo as a Main Street Community.
U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has introduced legislation that would restore more than $700 million in federal funds to Wyoming.
The bill was filed Monday by the Wyoming Republican and Democrat Rep. Nick Rahall, of West Virginia.