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February 24th, 2012

Snowmobile Poker Run to Benefit Colstrip Girl

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A second annual snowmobile poker run will take place Saturday, this year to raise money for a 12-year-old Colstrip girl suffering from brain cancer. Organizer Sandi Levi tells us more

Patton Talks Failed Retirement Bill

Wyoming State Representative John Patton

Most legislators had a pretty good assumption that changes to the state's retirement system probably wouldn't make it past the introduction stage of this year's budget session. House Bill 91 failed to make it to committee on a 30 to 30 vote.

Governor Mead to Petition U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Roadless Rule Case

Governor Mead to Petition U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Roadless Rule Case

A little over a week ago, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order denying Wyoming's petition for a rehearing en banc in the roadless rule case. This decision by the Court upheld its reversal of a decision by Judge Clarence Brimmer.

Gospel Artist to Perform For Public Today At Veterans Home

Veteran's Home of Wyoming in Buffalo

Gospel singer/songwriter/entertainer Ron Hughes will perform today at the Veteran's Home of Wyoming west of Buffalo.
The concert is free and open to the public.

Legislature Debates Community College Funding

Representative Rosie Berger, co-chair of the Joint Appropriations Committee, says budget discussions are well underway in Cheyenne as yesterday in the House they heard 48 amendments on second reading for the budget bill or House Bill 1.

February 23rd

MOPs Holding Parenting Conference

Mothers of Preschoolers in Sheridan will host a free bible-based parenting conference today and tomorrow. Shannon is with MOPS in Sheridan.

Mild Winter So Far for WYDOT

If harsh weather and road closures seemed like big news yesterday morning it may have been because so far this winter northeast Wyoming highways haven't seen extended closures. Wyoming Department of Transportation District 4 PR Specialist Ronda Holwell.

Rare Early Flooding in Eastern Sheridan County

Some rare early flooding caused the national weather service to issue a “small stream flood advisory” for rain and melting snow in eastern Sheridan County Thursday.

SCSO Investigates Case Involving Two Dead Dogs

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SCSO Investigates Case Involving Two Dead Dogs

The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office recently responded to a citizens complaint of two dead dogs that had been discarded on Upper Cat Road in Sheridan County.

Household Hazardous Waste

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Household Hazardous Waste

The household hazardous waste facility at the City of Sheridan Landfill was been around a little over a year now. Landfill Health and Safety Coordinator Shawn Stevens says that the facility a year later, has been well received.