UW Makes Wildfire Survival Guide

After last year's harrowing wildfire season in Wyoming, it's no surprise that some landowners are dreading the arrival of a dry, hot summer.

Environmentalists Threaten Suit Over Spilled Coal (Updated)

The Sierra Club announced it plans to sue railroads and coal companies in northeastern Wyoming over coal spilled in transit.

Locals say DKRW’s coal-to-gasoline plant needs more scrutiny

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By Allen Best

DKRW Advanced Fuels’ first proposed its Medicine Bow Fuel & Power coal-to-liquids complex in Carbon County about eight years ago. It’s supposed to be the first of its kind in the United States and, according to some, one of the cleanest energy plants in the world.

Student Art Display Open at Sheridan College

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Student Art Display Open at Sheridan College (Photo courtesy of Flickr user Chris Willis)

Artwork produced by Sheridan College students is currently on display through May 9 at the Martinsen Gallery in the Whitney Building of Sheridan College. A reception will be held on Wednesday, April 3 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in gallery, where refreshments will be served.

Superintendent Kobza Responds to Civil Lawsuit Questions

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Superintendent Kobza Responds to Civil Lawsuit Questions (Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan Media's Chris Foy brings us this report as Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent, Marty Kobza, responds to questions regarding a civil lawsuit in which he is named.

Representative Madden Addresses Buffalo City Council

Rep Mike Madden. File Photo.

At their meeting Tuesday night, State Representative for House District 40, Mike Madden, gave a short address to the Buffalo City Council, updating them on this year's Legislative session and what they can expect from the Federal and State Governments in the coming months and years.

Planner To Organize Workshops On NW Water Line Project

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling discussed some of his concerns with the NW Water Line Project and the pending public informational workshops for residents in the area.

Chinese Art Exhibit Featuring Works By Todd Cornell At SCJC

'Peking Opera Singer'-Oil on Canvas by Todd Cornell

Sheridan College in Johnson County will host an artist reception next week for Todd Cornell, who spent 20 years of his life living in China and other parts of Asia, learning the culture, history, languages and of course, their art.

RR Crossings to Close Temporarily

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Motorists in Sheridan who traverse the railroad crossing on 1st Street as part of their daily commute will be detoured this Thursday and Friday. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains.

Tax Deadline is Less Than Two Weeks Away

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The deadline to file your 2012 income tax return is fast approaching, as April 15th is less than two weeks away. IRS Spokesperson Karen Connelly has this advice for those who have yet to file.