Medicaid expansion would protect state infrastructure — workers

Posted in - Being one of those who routinely “zooms out” when viewing Google Maps, I am inclined to address Medicaid expansion in Wyoming from a big-picture, overarching, perspective. The issues I believe we need to focus more on are trust and compassion.

Cody, Powell Have Everything, Including Thousands of Tourists

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Pow! Pow! Pow! That was the sound of the explosions coming from the high-powered revolvers used by some rough-looking, tough-talking cowboy-types in front of the Irma Hotel in downtown Cody.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Johnson County Has New Deputy Coroner

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a new deputy coroner during their regular meeting last week.

County Coroner Dave Harness submitted the request for the commissioners to approve and appoint Joshua Keegan as the newest deputy coroner.

City Council Gets Report From Buffalo Police

Buffalo Police Sergeant Alan Kiefer, subbing for an absent Chief Jason Carder, gave the city council the department's monthly report for August at the council's recent meeting.

County Approves Vacation Of Outlaw Acres Subdivision

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller brought a request for a vacation of the Outlaw Acres Subdivision west of Kaycee, near Barnum.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 12, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 12, 1916.

Story Historical Society Meets

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Sunday, the Story Historical Society began its fall season of monthly meetings with George Lunbeck sharing the history of the Wagon Box Inn.

Celebrating its 100th year, Lunbeck shared the Wagon Box’s beginnings.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Land in Wyoming is a precious commodity, with much of it is controlled by the Federal government, including its development and the underlying energy and mineral resources.

Event Offers Taste of Sheridan

Ten food establishments, including the Golden Rule Grocers, served up an array of palate-pleasers from barbecue and cole slaw to sliders and desserts during the annual Taste of Sheridan at Thorne-Rider Park Sunday afternoon.