WYOMING NEWS SERVICE, Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming farmers and ranchers have been given a gift of “more time.” The USDA has extended the application deadline for the Conservation Stewardship Program, or CSP, to January 7th, 2011.
About 650 student leaders representing over fifty high schools around Wyoming will be visiting Big Horn High School November 8th and 9th, as the school plays host to the annual High School State Student Council Convention.
This weekend there will be the annual Powder River Basin Resource Council meeting at the Sheridan Elks Club. It starts at 4, with music, social time and the silent auction, says Powder River Organizer Jill Morrison. And she says that starting at 7:
In a media release issued Wednesday, the The Centre for Fiduciary Excellence announced that it has certified the investment fiduciary practices of the Whitney Benefits private foundation, of Sheridan, as adhering to a global standard of excellence for Investment
The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office released some preliminary information regarding statewide voter turnout Wednesday. State Election Director Peggy Nighswonger says that the unofficial numbers are a bit lower than in previous elections.
The 28th annual Friends of the Library Auction is a week from this Saturday at the Fulmer Library in Sheridan. As usual there will be many interesting items up for auction and a lot of good food throughout the evening.
The Buffalo City Council, at their regular meeting Tuesday, approved on first reading an ordinance banning the sale, use and possession of certain intoxicating substances, commonly referred to as “Spice.”