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April 8th, 2012

Ladies Night at Landon's

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It was the first ever Ladies Night at Landon's Greenhouse Friday. It was, a fun-filled, bring a friend, free food kind of night featuring after hours shopping without the guys. Owner Janelle Gray explains.

Easter Egg Extravaganza

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The Easter Bunny was busy Friday and Saturday hosting Easter Egg Hunts around town, but the biggest draw was to Kendrick Park, Saturday, for the Vertical Church's Easter Egg Extravaganza.

Senator Schiffer Reflects on Budget Session

Senator John Schiffer

Now that it's been a month since Wyoming lawmakers wrapped up the budget session approving a $3.2 billion budget for the biennium, we figured we'd get Senator John Schiffer's take on how the budgeting process went this year.

Allergy Season Could Be Extreme in Wyoming This Year

Allergy Season Could Be Extreme in Wyoming This Year

Runny noses and itchy eyes – a sure sign of spring in Wyoming for those with seasonal allergies. Tree pollen counts have been in the "high" category in areas below the snow line for the last couple of weeks. Maples, poplars and junipers are the main culprits. Dr.

April 7th

Johnson County Addresses Airport Issues

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a lease agreement between themselves and Dale Jelly for the last available T-hangar at the county airport.

The lease agreement was for $265 per month, and will take effect May 1st.

It's Spring Vaccination Time for Your Pets

It's Spring Vaccination Time for Your Pets

Over the past several years rabies cases in Sheridan County have been on the rise, which is just another reason why getting your pets and animals vaccinated against the disease is so important. Veterinarian Dr. Mark Schreiber says the rabies vaccine works very

Nominations Sought for 2012 Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions

Nominations Sought for 2012 Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council is now accepting nominations for the 2012 Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions which will be held on June 14 and 15 at Gillette College.

April 6th

Buffalo RC Club Gets Nod For Use Of City-Owned Airstrip

The Buffalo City Council approved a local radio-controlled modeler's organization to use an existing city-owned model plane airstrip for their club's use.

TR, BH Football Coaches Among Positions Approved by SCSD1

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees approved multiple certified and extra duty positions during a meeting Friday morning in Ranchester, including head football coaches for Big Horn and Tongue River high schools.

Republican Group Wants More Push For Wilderness Protection

(WY News Service) -- A Republican group is working to cross party lines and make environmental issues less of a partisan issue but is having trouble gaining traction with a series of proposed legislation.