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December 14th

Holiday “Oral Histories” at Yellowstone

This "Park Ranger" snowman keeps watch over Yellowstone in the winter. (Photo from

Yellowstone National Park contains a unique collection of historical data, contributed by people of all walks of life. Park spokesman Al Nash explains.

Wyoming's Aging Tool Kit

Wyoming Senator Marty Martin (D) (Photo Courtesy

WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – A one-stop shop of sorts has been tested in Wyoming since 2005: a place where people can take their questions about services and care options as they age or face a disability.

December 13th

Online Holiday Auction is Underway

Many great holiday gifts can be found at the online auction at

The holiday online auction is now underway at Auction Administrator Julie Chadwick says there are lots of great gift ideas that people can start bidding on right now.

JC Commission Tables DeCock's Request

Johnson County Attorney-Elect Kenneth DeCock

The Johnson County Commissioners held a special public meeting Monday to discuss the request from County Attorney-elect Kenneth DeCock to rescind a 1987 ordinance that caps the deputy positions' salaries in the County to 80% of the elected officials' salary. Aaron Palmer has the report.

BHS Winter Concert Tuesday

BHS Co-Music Director Chad Rose

The Buffalo High School Music Department will present their Winter Concert this evening.

Co-Music Director Chad Rose said there will be seven groups performing, both vocal and instrumental.

City Council Update on Traffic Management Plan

The Sheridan Police Department will begin implementing a Traffic Management Plan soon. (Courtesy Photo)

The Sheridan City Council received an update from local Law Enforcement Monday on the status of the Traffic Management Plan that has been crafted to help improve overall traffic safety within Sheridan and Sheridan County.

Freudenthal Proposals for Unused Flood Recovery Funds

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal (Courtesy Photo)

In a letter to the chairs of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal formally requested approval of seven General Fund appropriations that are not included in any individual agency budget.

Poll Question: Voter Re-Registering

The Legislature convenes in Cheyenne a month from now, and two Republican lawmakers, co-sponsors of Senate File 13, are introducing legislation to propose banning Primary Election crossover voting in Wyoming.

December 12th

Yellowstone Winter “Hours” Start This Week

Photo: Forbes Traveler

They say there are some things you just can't really understand until you experience it first-hand:

Coming Soon to A Computer Near You!

The Wyoming Business Council is embarking on a project that combines high-tech with the traditional. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more: