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Government watchdogs and the general public in Wyoming have new tools to keep track of what agencies and boards are doing. The budget session that ended Thursday advanced two bills that address concerns rising out of the digital age.

Empower Wyoming will be presenting a women's self-defense workshop this Tuesday in Sheridan.

As a part of being named Wyoming School of the year by the Matrix “Spread the Love 2012” tour, True Colors Salon and Training Center will host a regional competition on Monday at the Holiday Inn.

In his closing comments to the legislature Thursday in Cheyenne, Governor Matt Mead thanked lawmakers for their work on the budget and shared news of a delay in scientific peer review of a Pavilion groundwater study.

Now that the 61st session of the Wyoming Legislature is history, we figured we'd hear a little bit about Representative Jon Botten's experience of the budget session. Botten says things went pretty smoothly considering what was talked about prior to the session beginning in

Johnson County's Commissioners approved agreements concerning the hazard mitigation plan and the survey of lands at the airport.
The first agreement was with Michael Baker Jr., Inc. to complete the county's Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Ending their legislative process a day early, the 2012 Wyoming Legislature closed Thursday. Co-Chair of the Joint Appropriations Committee Rosie Berger says the session went smoothly.

Wyoming Business Council representatives toured the next phase of possible construction in the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision Thursday morning. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

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