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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the Obama administration is taking a serious misstep with a decision that could mean wider protection for endangered species. The U.S.

Wyoming Travel and Tourism Week begins Saturday, especially in the five pilot communities chosen to host festivities, including Buffalo.

The Sheridan County Commission has authorized work to be done Monday, May 9th on County Road 102, also known as the Dayton East Road, 1.2 miles east of the Town of Dayton.

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will celebrate their Grand Opening for 2011 this Saturday, May 7th with free admission, free refreshments, sales on items in the gift shop, and new exhibits.

The Obama Administration announced Wednesday that it will take 5,500 wolves off the endangered list in eight states in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes. The move will turn control over the predators to state wildlife agencies. Public hunts for hundreds of wolves already are planned this fall in Idaho and Montana.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital invites everyone to the 2nd Annual Baby Fair, to be held Saturday, May 7th from 10 am to 1 pm in the hospital's cafeteria area. Cecile Pattison is the Community Relations Director for the hospital.

Springtime brings green grass, blooming flowers and trees and animal babies. But it also brings something from “the dark side” -- blood-sucking ticks.

As the Nation's debt grows ever closer to the legal limit of $14.3 trillion, lawmakers on Capitol Hill struggle to come up with a solution that both parties can agree on. U.S.

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