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Dayton to Review Raising Garbage Rates

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Dayton Mayor Bob Wood

Two years ago the Dayton Town Council implemented a 5 percent rate increase for water, sewer and garbage that would go up every year on January 1st. The Council tonight will review resolution #343 that would raise garbage rates beyond the annual 5 percent.

Dancing Your Way to Wellness

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Lorrie Anderson, Zumba instructor

January and the New Year bring out the desire to get back in shape while shedding a few pounds. Zumba is one way to do just that.

Increasingly Popular, Online Learning Provides Flexibility

Online learning is becoming more and more popular for a variety of reasons. Susan Colaric Assistant Vice President of Instructional Technology at St. Leo University, discussed the new way to earn a degree during Thursday's Public Pulse.

Wyoming Department of Health: Wyoming Homes Should be Tested for Radon

Wyoming Department of Health: Wyoming Homes Should be Tested for Radon

January is National Radon Action Month and the Wyoming Department of Health encourage residents to test their homes frequently for the odorless gas. Department of Health Radon Program Manager Steve Melia.

Yellowstone Visitation Tops 3 Million For Fifth Straight Year

Yellowstone Visitation Tops 3 Million For Fifth Straight Year

Visitation numbers for Yellowstone National Park surpassed three million for the fifth year in a row in 2011. Overall visitation to Yellowstone for 2011 was 3,394,321.  While down 6.8 percent from the record 3,640,184 people who visited the park the previous

State BOE Upholds Jo Co Decision on Tax Dispute

Johnson County Commissioner John Gibbs

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman updated the county commissioners on a property tax dispute that was reviewed by the State Board of Equalization in December.

Even With Warm Days, Wyo Winter Travel Prep Still Important

(WYO NEWS SERVICE) – Wyoming's winter hasn't been as cruel as it can be, but cold days and snow storms can hit quickly. Pam Moen, spokesperson for Triple-A, says its always important to be prepared for winter travel in the Cowboy State.

UW Pres: Looking To 2012 In Laramie

As students return to Laramie this weekend to prepare for Spring 2012 classes, President Tom Buchanan says it's a great time to come see some of the things happening at the University of Wyoming.

Representative Berger: Sheridan County is a Vital Community

Representative Rosie Berger listens during the legislative forum this week in Sheridan.

The two-day legislative forum that took place in Sheridan this week has become an annual event put on by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee.

Sheridan Arts Patron Among Governor's Award Winners

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Eagle Bronze Foundry of Lander and Cody painter Michael C. Poulsen are among the winners of the Governor's Arts Awards for 2011. The other winners selected by Gov. Matt Mead are Seymour Thickman, an arts patron in Sheridan, and a non-profit arts organization in Lander called Promoting Arts in Lander Schools.