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August 7th, 2014

Absentee Voting is Brisk

Absentee voting in this year's primary elections may be a little more brisk than in years past.

Time Capsule Includes Century Old Artifacts

A cornerstone-laying ceremony planned for Saturday afternoon, at 3, in Sheridan to dedicate the newest school to its namesake, Henry A. Coffeen, will include items from a time capsule that dates back to the first brick school built in town – Central School on East Loucks in 1891.

Fair Exhibit Celebrates Century of Service

A century's worth of helping the people of the state of Wyoming improve their lives will be celebrated during the upcoming state fair in Douglas.

Lottery Launch Includes Jeep Giveaway

One lucky person will win a 2014 Jeep Wrangler and the chance to purchase the first lottery ticket in the state as part of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation's giveaway launch.

Reasons Differ, But Wyoming and China Agree On Cutting CO2 From Coal

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Four Wyoming lawmakers came away from a recent trip to China with a deeper perspective on China’s CO2 emissions policy, and what it means to Wyoming’s coal industry.

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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 7, 1914

Felix Alston, warden of the state penitentiary, was in Sheridan today. He brought ten convicts to Clearmont for work on the roads in Johnson County.

Sales Tax Draws Questions at Forum

Candidates' positions on the optional county-wide sales tax dominated questions at Wednesday night's political forum at Sheridan College.

House Candidates Talk Fiscal Responsibility

Two candidates are vying for the House District #30 seat, which encompasses Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Pursuit, Crash, Closes I-90 Near Buffalo

The Wyoming Highway Patrol issued a news release outlining the details of a one-vehicle crash that temporarily closed Interstate 90 near Buffalo Wednesday.