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Wyoming Senator, Mike Enzi, expressed his support for the the Food and Drug Administration User Fee Re-authorization Bill Thursday on the Senate floor.

The Inter-Tribal Wellness Center in Sheridan has started a new summer project as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program for Native Americans.

Drought conditions are beginning to show up in parts of Wyoming.

Wyoming is hiring a veteran public health official to try to reduce the state's workplace fatality rate.

The People Assistance Food Bank will be staked outside of Sheridan's major grocery stores today, tomorrow and Monday for their annual Memorial Day food drive.

Earlier this week, we reported the U.S. Postal Service is cutting hours of many small-town offices, which may cause some employees to loose full-time status, and therefore, their federal benefits.

Veterans in Sheridan County still have time to register at the County Assessor's Office to get a tax break on either their property or vehicle taxes.

Members of the Hepp family, representatives of the Buffalo Tree Board and the City of Buffalo were in attendance for a tree planting ceremony Thursday in memory of former Buffalo Mayor and Councilman Bruce Hepp.

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