Dayton

Health care has taken center stage once again as the new congress is debating legislation that would overturn last year's health care reform law. Although the bill is unlikely to be taken up in the Democrat-led Senate any time soon, Wednesday evening, the U.S.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A judge in Florida has issued an order adding Wyoming and five other states to the lawsuit against the federal government. This suit challenges the constitutionality of the federal health care law, which passed in March of last year.

At Tuesday's District 1 Board meeting, considerable discussion took place regarding the abundance of education bills in the Wyoming Legislative Session. Superintendent Sue Belish comments.

The Martinsen Gallery at Sheridan College will be the venue for an intriguing photography show, with a reception for the artist scheduled for this afternoon.

At Tuesday night's School District 1 board meeting, Superintendent Sue Belish gave a brief update on the search for her replacement.

Revising Wyoming's campaign finance laws is on the agenda for Wyoming legislators this session. Right now, Wyoming law prohibits corporations and unions from spending directly on campaigns—and this goes against last year's U.S.

Three individuals were recently arrested in southern Wyoming in a peculiar case involving 170 pounds of high grade marijuana and a carjacking. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the details:

The Dayton Town Council met for their second regular meeting of the month Monday evening. One particular action item of which Mayor Bob Wood is proud, he tells us.

Syndicate content