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Yellowstone Power Needs Upgrade

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Officials with the National Park Service say an upgrade to the power service is greatly needed for Yellowstone National Park, but before changes are made, public comment is needed.

Council Says No Kids In Bars After 10

Underage children will not be allowed to eat in bars in Ranchester unless they are accompanied by a parent, and no minor will be allowed to eat in a bar after 10 o'clock even if a parent is with the child.

Voting Judges Enjoy Job

Tuesday's election was our news director's first time voting in Sheridan County.
Here's Leslie Stratmoen's report.

Commission Kills Flood Plan, For Now

As reported Wednesday, the Sheridan County Commission voted down the proposed flood plain management plan, after months of open discussions and public meetings.

YMCA/Rec Center Eyes Grace Field Land

Mike Quast, Director of the Johnson County Family YMCA, spoke with both the city council and the county commission Tuesday to gain support from them to pursue a land ownership issue that needs to be resolved at the state level.

Buffalo Supports Governor's Unified Network

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess was in Cheyenne earlier this week, discussing Governor Matt Mead's Unified Network, Phases One and Two, and what implementing the program will do for Northeast Wyoming and the rest of the state.

College Offers Quickbooks Class

Sheridan College in Johnson County will be offering Quickbooks Premier 2012 class November 15-17 at the campus on Nirth Main Street in Buffalo.

Sheridan College Hosts Veterans Day Ceremony

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The Sheridan College Veterans Club will be hosting a Veterans Day Ceremony Monday (Nov.11) morning beginning at 10:45. Director of Veteran Services for the college, Brett Burtis talks about what they've got planned for the ceremony.

Lawmakers Continue Questioning Obamacare Plan

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During a Senate Finance Committee hearing Wednesday, U.S.

Researchers Study Beetle-Killed Trees

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The University of Wyoming is part of a multi-state research consortium that has received a $10 million grant to investigate how to convert beetle-killed trees into high-grade gasoline.

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