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December 18th

Fishing Lake Gets $100,000 Grant

GILLETTE, (AP) - The Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resources Trust has awarded Gillette a $100,000 grant to help fix problems with Fishing Lake.

Wyoming Senators Critical Of Federal Mine Review

CASPER, (AP) - Senators John Barrasso and Mike Enzi of Wyoming have joined six other senators in criticizing the Obama administration for what they claim is a "decision to review all state-issued coal

December 17th

University Of Wyoming Will Ask Legislators To Maintain Their Funding In The Upcoming Budget Session

More Wyoming students than ever are choosing local community colleges and the University of Wyoming to further their education.

Pathway Gets New Crosswalk At Broadway And Alger

Drivers may notice a new flashing light on Broadway Street to warn them of pedestrians crossing at Alger Street in the future.

Military Family Christmas Party Was Big Success

Twenty-three deployed military families of Sheridan and Johnson counties were honored at a Christmas Party last Saturday at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s Parish Hall.

Sheridan City Council Learns To Manage Utility Rates

The Sheridan City Council discussed methods for setting and managing city utility rates at a work session on Thursday.

And the Interim President At Sheridan College Is...

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees announced who the Interim President of Sheridan College would be at their monthly meeting Thursday night.

Sheridan College President Reflects On His Time In Sheridan

Earlier this month Sheridan College President Dr. Kevin Drumm announced that he would be leaving the Northern Wyoming Community College District to become the president of Broome College in New York. Drumm appeared as a guest on KROE'S Public Pulse program and reflected on a few of the things that were accomplished during his tenure.

Senator Barrasso Says Health Care Bill Should Not Be Passed

U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke on the Senate floor Thursday and urged his colleagues to vote “no” on the Reid health care bill.

Barrasso says that the health care bill will make things difficult on states such as Wyoming.

December 16th

Montana Dakota Utilities Proposing Major Electric Service Rate Hike

Montana-Dakota Utilities filed an application to raise electrical rates with the Wyoming Public Service Commission in August. The size of the increase has caused serious concern among MDU customers in northern Wyoming. If the increase is approved it would be an over 40% jump for some customers and a 31% increase on average.