Last week we told you about how Decker Coal is looking to increase production for domestic sales and that they also have their sites set on getting into the export market to Asia.

This year's Jim Gatchell Museum Living History Day was Saturday in Buffalo and it was busier than it has been the last few years, according to Museum Director John Gavin.

Our forests could be turning into tinderboxes because logging, both commercial and salvage have been prevented or delayed because of the pressure of law suits from environmental lobbyists.

Friday night out on the Normative Service's track, the American Cancer Society held its annual Relay for Life fundraiser to help win the fight against cancer. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there.

The American Heart Association has announced that they will begin implementing Mission: Lifeline Wyoming, which is a community based approach to improving the system of care for heart attach patients.

The Great American Backyard Camp Out is taking place this weekend in Wyoming. It's designed to get families outside and away from electronics.

The City of Sheridan received some good news from the state this week regarding funding for the West Downtown Phase III Construction Project. City Engineer Lane Thompson gives us the details.

U.S. Representatives Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming, and Denny Rehbrg, Montana, both big supporters of Powder River Basin coal production, earned the backing of bipartisan members of Congress in a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior, urging them to reject calls of an unprecedented expansion of environmental reviews for coal exports.

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