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Rabies Prevention Should Not Be Overlooked

Rabies Virus

Since 2000, rabies has been confirmed in Wyoming bats, cats, cows, dogs, foxes, horses, squirrels and skunks. Veterinarian Dr. Karl Musgrave with the Wyoming Department of Health, reminds people about the importance of animal vaccinations.

Sheridan College Selects Construction Manager for New Academic Center

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Sheridan College Selects Construction Manager for New Academic Center

Sheridan College has announced that they've selected KWN Construction as the Construction Manager at Risk for the new Academic Center. Qualification submittals for the CMAR were received from 10 companies and the Selection Committee interviewed five highly qualified teams.

Barrasso: Missing Senate Budget, High Unemployment Directly Linked

Senator John Barrasso, on Friday, the 800th day since the United States Senate has passed a budget, said that the lapse since the last budget is directly linked with the country's high unemployment rate.

Life House Ground Breaking

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VOA "Life House" ground breaking.

More than 75 people showed up at the Volunteers of America “Life House” ground breaking ceremony Friday afternoon.

WYDOT Announces I-90 Closure South of Sheridan

A landslide south of Sheridan on I-90 has forced WYDOT to close the Interstate beginning Saturday. (Photo Courtesy of WYDOT)

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced that beginning Saturday July, 9th, Interstate 90 will be closed at the Meade Creek exit to west bound traffic due to landslides. A media release issued by WYDOT states that the slides are part of a current construction project.

Sheridan County Moves Forward With Changes to Quarry Regulations

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Sheridan County Moves Forward With Changes to Quarry Regulations

Per the request of the Sheridan County Commissioners, the Planning and Zoning Commission approved amendments to the County rules and regulations pertaining to quarry permits.

Governor and Feds Agree in Principal on Wolf Management

From Left to Right: Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe. (Photo Courtesy of the Governor's Office)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead met Thursday in Cheyenne with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe.

Hot Temps Mean Warm Pets

Warm weather can be extremely dangerous for pets.

Five minutes or less is all it takes to reach dangerous temperatures for your dog or cat if left inside a vehicle, even if the windows are left partially open and you're parked in the shade. Veterinarian Dr.

Big Horn Mountain Festival This Weekend in Buffalo

The Seventh Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival begins Friday and runs through Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Buffalo May Have Buyer For Old Police Radio Consoles

Buffalo Police Lieutenant Andy Tkach, filling in for Police Chief Mike Chapman, reported to the City Council that an interested party had approached the department seeking to purchase the old police radio/dispatch consoles, once the new justice center is functional.