Wyoming

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said recently that the State will do what it can to help the nearly 500 miners who were laid off from two coal mines in the Powder River Basin this week.

Edward Gillette, a railroad surveyor and son-in-law of Henry Coffeen, will be the focus of this month's Casual Conversations in History, which will be April 13 at Sheridan's Senior Center.

About 250 rainbow trout were stocked in Mavrakis Pond Friday afternoon.

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 April 2, 1916.

The City of Buffalo sent out a news release Friday afternoon informing the public that testing performed over the summer of 2015 had found elevated levels of lead in the drinking water in some homes and businesses that were tested during that time.

The Sheridan Recreation District will hold class starting Sunday to certify or recertify people who want to be lifeguards at Kendrick Pool this summer.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead held a news conference Thursday in response to Peabody Energy and Arch Coal announcing that some 480 coal miners are being laid off due to financial difficulties during challenging market conditions.

Jillian Balow said she doesn't want Wyoming's cuts in education to come at the expense of the state's students.

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