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Time is running out to nominate a teacher for the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards, as the nominations must be postmarked by January 10, 2011.

A half-million dollars in federal money is on its way to the Shoshone National Forest, and the “strings attached” mean locals need to pipe up about how the money is spent. That reliance on local input is unusual for such federal spending.

The Johnson County Commissioners will have a special meeting Wednesday to discuss property tax issues concerning Sand Creek.
Commissioner Gerald Fink explains what to expect at the meeting.

This weekend many will be home for the holidays -- home from college, on break from high school or whatever. The age-old question is what can the kids do and not get into trouble? Aaron Palmer reports on one option.

Yellowstone National Park contains a unique collection of historical data, contributed by people of all walks of life. Park spokesman Al Nash explains.

The holiday online auction is now underway at sheridanmedia.com. Auction Administrator Julie Chadwick says there are lots of great gift ideas that people can start bidding on right now.

In a letter to the chairs of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal formally requested approval of seven General Fund appropriations that are not included in any individual agency budget.

The Legislature convenes in Cheyenne a month from now, and two Republican lawmakers, co-sponsors of Senate File 13, are introducing legislation to propose banning Primary Election crossover voting in Wyoming.
 

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