The climate is changing faster than fish can swim. That's the bottom line in a new report from the National Wildlife Federation about how fish are impacted when their habitat changes. N-W-F climate scientist Dr.
At the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday, City Works Director Les Hook gave his report to the council, saying city crews will be concentrating on water line projects and chip and seal street projects in the next few weeks.
Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, approved Commission Chair Delbert Eitel to sign and accept a grant from the Wyoming Department of Transportation for a taxi lane at the Johnson County Airport.
The Sheridan High Tech Business Park landscaping project consists of the installation of 54 trees and a drip irrigation system for the trees along High Tech Road within the business park in north Sheridan.
The University of Wyoming has concluded a two-year study to assess what it can do to strengthen international education in Wyoming. Anne Alexander is the director of International Programs at the University and served as co-chair of the study.
The Sheridan County Commission approved consideration of a new floodplain management plan, granted a transfer of a liquor license for a new business and heard a proposal for pari-mutual wagering on horse racing during Tuesday’s regular meeting at the courthouse.
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