Ranchester Council Moves Forward on Donation

Members of Ranchester's town council will explore the costs of accepting the gift of a caboose from Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.

County Fair Board to Meet

Sheridan County fair board members will consider a seating plan proposed by the Sheridan-WYO Rodeo Gold Buckle Club at their meeting this week.

Gillette Woman Could Face Murder Charge

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A woman accused of aggravated assault for shooting her husband twice in the stomach could have her charges upgraded to murder if he dies in a Colorado hospital.

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SLIB Awards $25K For Buffalo Civic Center Study

Dave Simonsen

The Wyoming State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) awarded a number of grant application requests at their October 1st meeting in Cheyenne last week, including a nearly $25,000 request for a planning grant for the Bomber Mountain Civic Center multi-use facility.

County Signs Amended Emergency Management Grant

Marilyn Connolly

An amended Emergency Management Grant was approved by the Johnson County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting, which will allow local Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly to purchase additional equipment for the Justice Center.

Downtown Zoning Ordinance Change Passes Second Read

The Buffalo City Council passed on second reading Ordinance No. 1380, amending the downtown zoning Ordinance that was adopted back in August.

Cash Reward Offered for Poaching

A cash reward is being offered by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in connection to recent cases of poaching.

Berger Told Republican Women Legislature’s in Rebuilding Mode

In the state’s legislative core, more than 70 percent of its leaders have turned over in the past four years. The fact was stated by State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn during her speech given to a group of Republican women gathered in Sheridan over the weekend for a state convention.

Wyoming’s Senator Barrasso Concerned About Obama’s Last Days

U.S. Senator John Barrasso said he was very pleased to be able to drop in for the Republican women’s federation convention over the weekend in Sheridan to talk about some of the issues being addressed, right now, in Washington.