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February 12th, 2013

Majority and Minority Leaders Hold News Conference

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Members of the majority and minority leadership in the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives held a news conference Tuesday where the first half of the general session and the budget were discussed.

Common Core Discussed at JCSD1 Board Meeting

At their Monday night meeting the Johnson County School Board heard a presentation from Dr. Jeannie Barent on Common Core, explaining what it is and why so many districts throughout the country have adopted the standards.

Hunter Education Instructor Workshop

Wyoming Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke (Courtesy Photo)

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Sheridan Regional Office will host a hunter education instructor in-service workshop in early March.

Chemical Spill Into Montana River Spurs Water Watch

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Montana authorities are monitoring downstream water supplies after a chemical spill into a Yellowstone River tributary near the Wyoming border.

Buffalo Council Approves Appointments, Requests

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved a request from the Pool Board, to allow them to submit a funding request to the Buffalo Charitable Foundation.

The Future of Power in the USA Was Glimpsed During Super Bowl

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That 34-minute power blackout during the Super Bowl gave the world a glimpse of the future of how electrical power outages will be occurring in the United States

Public Input to Shape Drug Abuse and Underage Tobacco Prevention in Sheridan

Public Input to Shape Drug Abuse and Underage Tobacco Prevention in Sheridan (Photo by Ron Richter)

Members of the Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention are asking Sheridan county residents to complete a survey to find out what they think are the best ways to combat drug abuse and underage tobacco use.

CHAPS Rounds Up 2013 Volunteers

Children, Horses and Adults in PartnerShip, also known as CHAPS Equine Assisted Therapy, is looking for volunteers for the 2013 riding season.

Wyoming Welcomes Job Growth

The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported Monday 5,701 new jobs were added to the state's economy in the past month, and the average weekly wage increased by $22.

Hackers Alert Montana of Zombie Invasion

Hackers broke into the Emergency Alert System of Great Falls, Montana, Monday and sent news of a zombie invasion statewide.