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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Story School Enrollment Growing

Story Elementary School expects an enrollment of 25 students when classes resume next month.

School, College, Conservation Filings Start

Filing starts next month for candidates seeking positions on Sheridan County's three school boards, the college district and the Sheridan County Conservation District.

A Look Back in Time: July 24, 1914

The Sheridan Woman's club has purchased a site on South Tschirgi street for a new club house.

Meadowlark Lake Lodge Open To Public

New owners have finally reopened the doors of the Meadowlark Lake Lodge on the fourth of this month located about 45 miles west of Buffalo on Highway 16.

Kaycee To Hold First Brewfest

The town of Kaycee is hoping to cash in on tourism season with a new locally minded brewfest. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Citizens for Recreation

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An informal group in Sheridan has been formed to help advance recreation in the area. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Game and Fish Official Explains Differences in Licenses

Each year personnel with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department receive numerous phone calls from hunters asking about the differences between general and limited quota licenses for trophy and big game.

Senator Enzi Supports ABLE Act

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U.S. Senator for Wyoming, Mike Enzi spoke in favor of legislation Wednesday that is aimed at helping those with disabilities live more independent lives.

Coal is Still King

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For northern Wyoming, coal has been the mainstay of our economy from its early beginnings in the late 1800's until today.

John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum was the featured speaker at this week's Wyoming Wednesday held at the Information Center.