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Warmer temperatures this weekend may cause flooding along low lying areas near creeks and streams. Officials with Sheridan County have begun to prepare for localized flooding by filling sandbags at the Road and Bridge shop.

With spring just around the corner, some people might be thinking about cleaning out their closets.

For the first time ever, researchers are combining radio telemetry with genetic sampling in a study of amphibians.

Visiting Artist Steve Johnson has been spending time at Sheridan College this week, as the Art Department is hosting the Professor of Drawing from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.

At the closing of the 2014 budget session in Cheyenne, Governor Matt Mead thanked legislators for all of their efforts during the session and said that Wyoming is well served by its citizen legislature.

An investigation into the alleged targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service is ongoing. News Director Leslie Stratmoen checked in with Wyoming's lone congresswoman to hear the update.

The reconstruction of a bridge in downtown Sheridan has begun, so motorists are being reminded to slow down and pay attention to traffic control signs, lane markings and flaggers.

Two teachers from the Northern Wyoming Community College District were named recipients of teaching excellence awards from the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development.

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