Wyoming

Edelman Drug Company will give a real safe razor with purchase of each 25-cent tube shaving cream, powder or stick.

With the sound of a gavel, the Wyoming Legislature wrapped up the 2015 General Session Friday in Cheyenne. At the start of the Session on Jan. 13, a total of 410 bills were numbered for introduction, according to a release from the Wyoming Legislative Service Office.

U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming’s sole representative, recently stated that she is not wholly convinced that the latest round of negotiations between the Obama Administration and the government of Iran won’t let nuclear development continue and she wants to make sure the U.S. Senate is involved in the process.

A special ceremony was held Friday in the District Courtroom in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

The lobby of the Great Western Hotel is being improved by the addition of a rubber runner from the street entrance to the entrance to the barber shop.

Sheridan County's State Representative John Patton of Sheridan remains hospitalized in Cheyenne, his condition unchanged as he battles an inflammation in his lungs.

City residents will start seeing changes in the Sheridan's recycling program within the next few months as city personnel implement the changes that the new program requires.

As this year’s legislative session ends today in Cheyenne, we’ve learned that one of the bills that was shot down is the Repeal the Gun Free Zone act.

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