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Legislature Won't Override Mead's Vetoes

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming legislative leaders say they won't try to override Gov. Matt Mead's vetoes of some sections of the state budget bill.

NPS to Release Latest Yellowstone Winter Plan

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The National Park Service's latest proposal on the use of snowmachines in Yellowstone National Park is based on limiting their collective noise and pollution and not so much on actual daily numbers.

SMH Heart Health Fair is Tuesday

Sheridan Memorial Hospital will be holding its Heart Health Fair on Tuesday, from 4:30 in the afternoon through 6 p.m. Community Relations Director for Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Cecile Pattison, has the details.

Interview Process Continues for Facilities Director Position

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The Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees continue the interview process for filling the Facilities Director position that was vacated when Melissa Albrecht stepped down last month. Fair Board Member Brenda Williams.

Report: Chemical Spill Damage Contained

The final report on a chemical spill into a Yellowstone River tributary along the Montana-Wyoming border says the initial release of 1,000 gallons of road deicer was enough to briefly double the river's total flow.

NWCCD Trustees Approve Campus Center Plans

At their meeting Thursday, the Board of Trustees for the Northern Wyoming Community College District approved plans to move forward with renovation and expansion of a new campus center at Sheridan College.

Giving Kids a Smile

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(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)

Thursday afternoon children from Sheridan County spent the afternoon getting their pearly whites examined free of charge thanks to the 4th annual “Give Kids a Smile Day” at Sheridan College.

Governor Mead Explains Vetoes of Portions of Budget Bill

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead Thursday vetoed portions of the supplemental budget bill that lawmakers sent to his desk last week. One of the Governor's line-item vetoes allows for more money to fight wildfires this summer.

State Lottery Bill Continues to Advance in the Senate

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The State Lottery bill took another step forward Thursday, as it cleared second reading in the Senate. Those in favor of the bill point out that many Wyoming residents are spending money out of state, money that could be spent right here in Wyoming.

Sheridan College Generals Need Your Support Saturday

The Sheridan College Generals and the Lady Generals have a decisive pair of games taking place this weekend in Casper. President of Sheridan College, Paul Young, explains.

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