Ranchester

There will always be questions about the Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students, or PAWS, as to whether or not it measures student performance or if it can be used to measure the same in teachers.

Unless you accidentally locked yourself in your bomb shelter for the better part of the last two weeks you've probably heard about the now-dead Wyoming Doomsday bill.

Wyoming has taken another step forward in managing wolves and having them removed from the endangered species list in the state as Governor Matt Mead has signed the Wolf Management bill.

The House passed legislation concerning the LX Bar Ranch (SF36) on third reading Monday with its funding in place, $280,000, and the bill to make the area a state park is on Gov. Matt Mead's desk. Representative Rosie Berger.

Perhaps the lesser talked about aspect of the disagreement on funding between the House and the Senate at the legislature in Cheyenne was how to subsidize the Department of Health's developmental disability waiver program in order to reduce the wait time for those who apply. Rep. Rosie Berger.

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library now has eBooks that can be read on a variety of devices, and an even wider collection is on its way.

Buffalo Children's Book Author Gene Gagliano (The Teacher Who Dances On His Desk) will have a book signing this weekend at the Pamida in Buffalo.

The two chambers of the Wyoming Legislature reached a compromise Monday to fund the state for the next two years, eventually sending a $3.22 billion budget to Governor Matt Mead for his signature.

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