Message to Grads: Don’t Be Bamboozled by Yalse ‘Facts’

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This summer I will attend my 50th high school graduation reunion. As someone that old, what on earth could I possibly tell a crowd of Wyoming high school or college graduates during their important time?

Big Game License Deadline Draws Near

Game officials have given big game hunters an extra couple of days this season to apply for a license, but there’s still only a couple of weeks left.

A Look Back in Time: May 20, 1914

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Five colts stolen earlier this month have been recovered. They were taken from homesteads on the Willow Springs divide near Verona on May 11.

Commission Discusses 'Big 5' Access

The Johnson County commissioners will discuss access to what's known as the “Big 5” public lands area in the northern part of the county with landowner Kim Love at today's regular meeting.

It's Time to "Unplug"

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The first in a week-long series of events to get families disconnected from 'screens' and spending time outdoors together began Monday.

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment


Suspects arrested in Lander home invasion

LANDER, Wyo. (AP) - The Fremont County Sheriff's Office says two people have been arrested following a home invasion and robbery on Sunday near Lander.

City and Firefighters Union Continue Negotiations

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Contract negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the Local 276 Firefighters Union continued at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

National Public Works Week

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In 1960, the United States Senate passed a resolution affirming the first National Public Works Week. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a Presidential Proclamation to recognize the occasion annually in May.

School Board Accepts Two Bids For Meadowlark Projects

The Johnson County School Board, at their last meeting, accepted bids for two of three proposed projects at Meadowlark Elementary School.

Buffalo City Council Briefs

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council received a brief presentation from Sydney Rowe and Thom Gabrukiewicz with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming, outlining the organizations' accomplishments over the last 16 months. They asked that the report be put into the public record.