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Hundreds in Wyoming Face Hikes in Flood Insurance

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Hundreds of property owners in Wyoming receiving subsidized government flood insurance will see their premiums rise at a brisk rate despite a congressional relief bill that cushioned the worst of the increases.

Buffalo Council Passes Ordinances On Plats

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council passed on first reading two Ordinances pertaining to “compliance plats” within city limits.

Big Bucks Bingo Benefits Scholarship, Exchange

The Buffalo Rotary Club's annual Big Bucks Bingo will be happening Tuesday, March 25th at the St. John The Baptist Catholic Church Rec Hall in Buffalo.

Public Input Sought For Proposed Hunting Seasons

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking public input at three separate meetings this week on the proposed upcoming big game hunting seasons in Northeast Wyoming.

Wyoming As a Melting Pot?

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Bill Sniffin

One of the great things about the whole concept of the United States of America is that it is a fantastic melting pot of people of different nationalities, colors and creeds all coming together to form a nation of 50 different and diverse states.

Insurance Enrollment Deadline Nears

Wyoming residents have just a week left, until March 31, to enroll for insurance, under the federal Affordable Health Care Act.

4-H Dog Program Needs Equipment Funds

Lauri Schwabauer, with the 4-H Dog Program, says they need new, lighter weight equipment for dog agility classes at the fairs.

UPDATE: No One Injured in Main Street Crash

Crash on Main -- Leslie Stratmoen Photo

UPDATE: No one was injured in this morning's two vehicle crash in downtown Sheridan, near the WYO Theater, on Main Street.

Getting Ready for a New Season

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Sarah Ligocki

It was the final “Behind the Scenes Saturday” at the Sheridan County Museum and now it's countdown to opening day on May 1st.

“Reflections on Reflections”

Sheridan College student Alex Eisele

A day-long workshop was held for regional high school students to take their art form, out of the box, and look at it from a new perspective.

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