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February 12th, 2015

Sheridan School Meetings Lawsuit Argued Before Supreme Court

The Wyoming Supreme Court has heard arguments in a lawsuit over closed-door discussions by the school board in Sheridan.

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County Commission Renews Liquor Licenses

Johnson County's Commissioners have renewed the liquor license applications for this year after a vote at their last regular meeting.

JCSD1 Board Honors Students Of The Month

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees honored their schools' Students Of The Month at their regular meeting this week at the district's main office.

Council To Evaluate City Rental To Renew Lease

Angela Lloyd-McHenry and her husband Rob came before the Buffalo City Council to discuss renewing their lease on a city-owned house they rent near the waste water treatment plant east of town.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 12, 1915

A.T. Yonkee is home from a four-weeks visit in the east.

Keystone Act Passes U.S. House

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The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act today, with a bipartisan vote of 270-152.

Yellowstone Offers Free Admission

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Yellowstone National Park is joining all National Park Service sites this weekend by waiving admission fees, from Saturday through Monday, in observance of Presidents’ Day, which is Monday.

Legislative Session Reaches Crossover

Today was the crossover period for bills in the Wyoming legislature meaning that any bill that did not pass third reading in the house of origin by today is dead.

Recovery Effort For Missing Child Suspended

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek held a news conference this evening at the Johnson County Justice Center to announce that the recovery effort for 4 year-old Chevell Boshaw-Evans has been suspended.