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Poll Question: Voter Re-Registering

The Legislature convenes in Cheyenne a month from now, and two Republican lawmakers, co-sponsors of Senate File 13, are introducing legislation to propose banning Primary Election crossover voting in Wyoming.
 

Yellowstone Winter “Hours” Start This Week

Photo: Forbes Traveler

They say there are some things you just can't really understand until you experience it first-hand:

Coming Soon to A Computer Near You!

The Wyoming Business Council is embarking on a project that combines high-tech with the traditional. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has more:

Early Tickets Available for Music Festival

The Bighorn Mountain Festival will be July 8-11, 2011 in Buffalo.

The Bighorn Mountain Festival won't start for another six months, but for those willing to purchase their passes now, they can save themselves some money. Aaron Palmer has the story.

JC Meeting on Deputy Clerk Salaries

Johnson County Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

The Johnson County Commissioners will have a special public meeting Monday to discuss salaries and the possible change to an old guideline that capped salaries of the various deputy clerks. News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, has more.

Freudenthal Comments on Wolf Management Talks

Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal and the governors of Idaho and Montana recently met with U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials to discuss wolf management. Freudenthal had this to say about the ongoing saga of wolf management.

Tuba Christmas Time!

The 11th Annual Tuba Christmas is coming up this Saturday. Ariel Downing, Music Director for the Big Horn High School, explains the “tuba tradition”:

Cassidy Quarterman Given Major Break

In 4th Judicial District Court Friday morning, 28-year-old mother of two, Cassidy Quarterman, was sentenced on a Felony Forgery charge.

John "JJ" Hatch Sentenced Friday

17-year-old John "JJ" Hatch was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court Friday morning. Hatch plead guilty to one felony count of Robbery and four felony counts of Delivery of a Controlled Substance per a plea agreement with the State.

Agreement to Retire Wyoming Range Leases

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Two groups have announced an agreement with a petroleum company to retire nearly half of its controversial gas drilling lease acreage in the Wyoming Range.