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Science Standards Bill Returns to House

A bill that would allow Wyoming's state board of education to set standards for science education in the state is back in the state House of Representatives this week.

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City Crews Prepping For Weather

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo City Works Employee Larry Joubert, sitting in for Director Les Hook, gave the department's brief report at the last city council meeting.

JCSD1 Policy On Background Checks Passes Second Read

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees have passed on second reading a policy change requiring background checks for school volunteers.

Health Fair Blood Draws This Week In Kaycee

The Johnson County Health Fair will be held next month, but blood draws in preparation for the health fair begin later this week in Kaycee.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 17, 1915

C.D. Peckenpaugh returned yesterday from a short trip to Omaha.

Talking to Future Journalists at UW

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Could journalism be any more different today than it was when I started over 50 years ago? How on earth can you give advice to aspiring journalists about their futures today?

Those questions loomed high in my mind recently.

WCDA Director Presents Program Overview

Executive Director David Haney of the Wyoming Community Development Authority known as WCDA made a presentation to the Sheridan County commission during a recent meeting regarding information his department assembles.

Council to Discuss Kendrick Pool, Firefighters Contract

The fate of Sheridan’s Kendrick Pool will be discussed at an upcoming city council meeting and also a contract with the local firefighters union. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Police Report on Weekend Motel Crash Expected

The official police report regarding the vehicle crash into the Mill Inn in Sheridan over the weekend is expected to be released tomorrow, not today as previously reported, due to the Presidents Day holiday.

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