Dreamers seek driver’s licenses in Wyoming

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Under new federal rules, immigrants follow the above filing process to enroll in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has denied licenses to multiple immigrants enrolled in the program, prompting objections from immigration lawyers. (Courtesy United States Customs and Immigration Service — click to view)
By Gregory Nickerson
Originally published March 19, 2013 on WyoFile

Garden Club Meeting/Presentation Takes Place Monday, Mar. 25

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Garden Club Meeting/Presentation Takes Place Monday, Mar. 25 (Photo courtesty of Wikipedia)

With spring just around the corner, not only is better weather on the way - but so are weeds and pests. Next Monday, Extension Educator for the University of Wyoming, Scott Hininger, will be giving a presentation to garden club members preparing them for spring gardening.

Cindy Hill Comments on Ed. Dept's Lack of Usable Data

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Cindy Hill Comments on Ed. Dept's Lack of Usable Data

On Tuesday morning's edition of Public Pulse, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, shared her thoughts regarding the Wyoming Department of Education's inability to provide usable data to the legislature. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Sheridan Airport Gets Master Plan Grant

Sheridan's airport is gearing up to undergo a study for the formulation of a Master Plan.

Zowada Urges Commissioners to Act on Road

Merlin and Lori Zowada have been working since 2006 to have a private road established to access their business. The road he used previously went through property that belonged to Mullinax Construction, and with no easement in place the Zowadas were essentially cut off from their business.

Wyoming Moose Stories

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Bill Sniffin

For some reason, “moose have been in the nooze” this winter in my part of Wyoming. There have been some good news stories, some crime news, some locked antler battles and even two moose rescue stories.

Tongue River Science Teacher Recognized Statewide

A science teacher at Tongue River Middle School in Ranchester has been featured in a promotional video by the Wyoming Department of Education.

Liquor Tax Under Scrutiny

An interim legislative committee is planning to study Wyoming's beer and liquor tax this summer.

Trail End Historic Site to Reopen Apr. 1

Trail End Historic Site to Reopen Apr. 1 (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Trail End Historic Site will be reopening for the season on April 1, with not only a new exhibit but in celebration of the Kendrick Mansion's 100th anniversary.

Council Approves Funding Match for Career Technical Education

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night unanimously approved a funding match by Whitney Benefits that will allow for Sheridan College to expand their faculty in the field of career technical education. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.