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February 21st, 2013

Buffalo Council Approves Grant App For LiDAR Unit

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, at the Tuesday City Council meeting, requested permission from the council to apply for a grant to purchase a LiDAR unit.

The LTI TruSpeed SX LiDAR unit, or Light Detection and Ranging, will improve accuracy of officers acquiring targets for speed enforcement.

The latest in Wyoming’s long line of anti-labor legislation

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Guest column by Kerry Drake
Originally published February 19, 2013 on WyoFile.com

Two bills passed by the Wyoming House and Senate last week are tantamount to state-sanctioned theft of workers’ wages and benefits.

Wyo Whiskey Ships Today, Sells Tomorrow

(photo by Ron Richter)

Whiskey lovers are awaiting the release of the second batch of Wyoming Whiskey.

The small batch bourbon is set to be in stores Friday. Supplies are limited so some liquor stores say they may only be selling to people who've signed up for bottles or who've won store lotteries.

Sheridan Skaters Take the Ice Saturday

Nine figure skaters, ranging from 7 to 16 years of age, will perform their competitive routines for the community at the Sheridan Ice Rink Saturday evening at 6.

SCSD#1 Cuts Jobs to Balance Budget

Sheridan County School District One has cut six jobs in order to balance its budget. Business manager, Jeremy Smith, said student enrollment, and therefore state funding, is down.

Historic Businesses Gear Up to Deal With Dirt

The Historic District Business Committee met Thursday to start planning a spring clean-up event for downtown.

Cheyenne’s focus on feds fails to solve reservation’s jurisdiction woes

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By Ron Feemster
WyoFile.com
February 19, 2013

Commissioners Accepting Scholarship Applications

The Sheridan County Commissioners are now accepting applications from 2013 high school graduates for three scholarships. The Commissioners are prepared to offer $1000 to be paid in $500 installments over two semesters to students who plan to attend eligible institutions within the state.

February 20th

Wyoming Snowpack Still Below Average

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released this month's graphic showing that the majority of headwater basins across Wyoming can expect a generally low potential for flooding due to springtime snowmelt. (Image courtesy of NOAA)

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released the statistics showing Wyoming's snowpack continues to be below average through this month.