Bridge Rehab Project to Begin in Dayton on the Tongue River Bridge

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that S&S Builders of Gillette will start work on the Tongue River Bridge project in Dayton Monday.


Sheridan County Museum has planned a busy day today, with educational events planned for both young historians and seasoned scholars. For kids ages 5-10, “Tidbit Saturday” will feature a two-hour teaching session about how curators care for artifacts.

UW Sets Record for External Research Funding

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Faculty members at the University of Wyoming received a record 86 million dollars in external funding in the 2012 fiscal year. Vice President for Research and Economic Development Bill Gern says the impact on Wyoming’s economy is much greater than the 86 million dollar

Wyoming Ranks Among Fastest-Growing States

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - New census data show that Wyoming was one of the fastest-growing states in 2011 and 2012, but that trend might not hold and isn't consistent across the state. State economist Wenlin Liu says slumping natural gas and coal prices are hurting jobs in Wyoming.

Fun Events In Buffalo This Weekend

If you are looking for something to do in Buffalo this weekend, there are some options for you that will also benefit area youth.

Governor Mead Vetoes Unemployment Benefits Bill

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Coutesy Photo)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead has vetoed a bill he says would have made it easier for employers to deny unemployment benefits to terminated workers. The veto is Mead's first since taking office more than two years ago.

Court Says BLM Skipped Research

Conservation groups have won a major legal victory against the Bureau of Land Management concerning oil and gas development.

Meadowlark Ski Resort Owner: Antelope Butte Will Hurt Business

The owner of the lodge at the Meadowlark Ski Resort is afraid plans to reopen the nearby Antelope Butte ski area as a non-profit could kill his business.

Buffalo Native Designs Tail For Injured Alligator

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Buffalo native Sarah Jarvis is using her knowledge of Aerospace Engineering and Bio-Medical Engineering to help change the life of an injured alligator.

New Fairgrounds Director Says He's Focused on Customer Service

Jamie Ringley, the newly instituted facilities director at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds, says he will hold a meet and greet soon with community groups that use the facility to let them know the fairgrounds staff are there to help. (Photo by Chris Foy)

Thursday night was the first public meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees with the fairground's newly instituted facilities director, Jamie Ringley.