Wyoming Governor Matt Mead delivered his State of the State message to the Legislature Wednesday during a joint session of the Senate and House of Representatives.

State Legislators face a formidable task during this year’s General Session in Cheyenne, as the number one topic continues to be the revenue shortfall brought on by a slumping mineral extraction industry.

Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Water rights and other assets in and around Lake DeSmet have been put on the market by Sasol Synfuels and the State of Wyoming has been looking into the possibility of purchasing those assets through the Wyoming Water Development Commission.

Buffalo's City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the city council recently that it had snowed.
He then wanted to remind those attending the meeting that snow from sidewalks is allowed to be put in the street, but it was against city code to plow or push snow from private driveways into the street.

Johnson County's Commissioners recently approved the designated depositories, county investment officer and adopted the mileage rate set by the Internal Revenue Service.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 11, 1917.

Wyoming's Legislature got off to a great start Tuesday, according to State Rep. Mark Kinner, who spoke with Sheridan Media Tuesday afternoon.

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