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Study: Non-hunters Contribute Most to Wildlife

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Private lands, like the farm these goose hunters are on in Goshen County, provide essential habitat for wildlife. Some say federal lands, especially in the West, also are fundamental to wildlife conservation but haven’t been accounted for in the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation. Proponents of that theory estimate that hunters contribute only 6 percent to wildlife conservation nationwide. (Angus M. Thuermer Jr/WyoFile)

WyoFile.com - By Angus M. Thuermer Jr.

As Wyoming grapples with how it will fund wildlife conservation, hunters may lose some of their influence as other groups and interests are asked to increase their financial contributions.

Wyoming Cities Picked as Great Places to Age

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Two Wyoming communities have been highlighted in a report from the Milken Institute for promoting and enabling successful aging.

Teen Faces New Sentence in Sheridan Home Killing

The Wyoming Supreme Court has ordered a judge to resentence one of three men convicted of murder in a 2009 home-invasion killing.

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Lake DeSmet Board Updated On Repairs At South Dike

Lake DeSmet Advisory Board

Rande Money, with the Lake DeSmet Operations Department, updated the Lake DeSmet Advisory Board on the recent release of water, the current level in the reservoir, and the plan for upcoming repairs to be made to the south dike.

Chamber Lunch Features Johnson County Family YMCA

The Johnson County Family YMCA was the featured organization at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, and Director Mike Quast spoke about the “Y,” its mission, focus, and how it serves the community.

Buffalo Council Approves Water Line Tap On NW Water Line

Buffalo City Council

John Gibbs, representing Northern Plains Investments, came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to request approval of a water tap on the NW Water Line, to service property owned by the company on North Main Street.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 20, 1914

Sheridan millers have donated more than half a carload of flour to aid the starving people of Belgium.

'One Stop Shop'

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The City of Sheridan will soon embark on a remodel to the interior of City Hall that will make things more customer service friendly for the public and add a level of security for city employees.

Rec. District Eyes Contract With Ambulance Service

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The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees continue to discuss options on having an ambulance at the ready for all of their Little Guy Football games. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.