According to 2013 statistics just released by the Tax Foundation, Wyoming has a rainy day fund that equals just over 53 percent of its annual general spending. That's behind Alaska, which has grown its rainy day fund to a whopping 211 percent of annual general spending.
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting and board retreat July 17-18 at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Sheridan. On Wednesday there is a meet and greet at 6 pm with the UW Trustees and new President Bob Sternberg at the Powder Horn Golf Club.
With the 2013 Sheridan WYO Rodeo and the thousands of visitors it brought now behind us, the crime figures are in. The Sheridan Police Department says overall, considering the amount of people that were downtown, things went fairly smoothly.
The Sheridan City Council will be considering a request from First Federal Savings Bank to rezone two residential properties owned by the bank that are located just south of their location on Coffeen Avenue.
The immigration bill is slowing making its way through Congress. A hot button for some, the immigration bill has a lot of hurtles to overcome. The Senate has done its part, passing a bill by an overwhelming margin. Now, it's up to the House.