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Lummis Vouches for Hydropower

Congresswoman, Cynthia Lummis, took two minutes on the floor of the House of Representatives to lend an enthusiastic, supportive voice for hydropower development and rural jobs in Wyoming.

Wyoming High Mercury Fish Identified

Wyoming-caught trout, pictured here, are considered to be low in mercury. The Department of Health advises women and children eat no more than 2 servings per week. (photo by Justin Davis)

The Wyoming Department of Health has issued an advisory for Wyomingites regarding mercury in some wild-caught freshwater fish.

Crash Course: Obamacare

The upcoming year will be a big one in terms of implementing healthcare reform for both businesses and individuals, as key components of the Affordable Care Act go into play.

Area Car Club Offering Tour To Kaycee This Weekend

The Sheridan/Johnson County Model A and Pioneer Car Club will have a fun tour to Kaycee this Sunday for a chance to “blow up the tires, charge the battery and dust off that old car.”

BHS Commons Area To Get New Flooring

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at this week's meeting, accepted a bid for flooring replacement in the Buffalo High School Commons area for $52,405 from The Woods in Sheridan.

Johnson County Commission Wants E911 Data Done Sooner

Johnson County GIS/Mapping Specialist and Planner Jim Waller has been working on completing data layers for mapping on county parcels but the county has noticed issues with E911 information and inaccuracies involving the dispatch center at the Justice Center.

Sheridan College Outdoor Club to Host Gear Swap Apr. 20

Sheridan College Outdoor Club to Host Gear Swap Apr. 20 (Photo courtesy of Sheridan College)

The Sheridan College Outdoor Adventure Club will be hosting a community gear swap on Saturday, April 20 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sheridan College Golden Dome.

WGFD Deems Wyoming’s Wolf Management Program a Success

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WGFD Deems Wyoming’s Wolf Management Program a Success (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

After a report on the success of the Wyoming Game and Fish Deparment's wolf management and population monitoring program was released Wednesday, department officials said they are pleased with the results. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Rep. Madden Says Taxing Coal Industry via Rail Tax Would Pose Constitutional Problems

Rep. Madden Says Taxing Coal Industry via Rail Tax Would Pose Constitutional Problems

During a recent visit on Public Pulse, Wyoming House District 40 Representative Mike Madden was asked by a caller how he feels about implementing a tax on interstate rail systems delivering coal, for example, beyond the borders of the state of Wyoming.

Brinton Museum to Open Sunday With Major Exhibit

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Fra Dana, On the Window Seat, oil on canvas, 16" x 20" Permanent Collection, Montana Museum of Art and Culture.

The Brinton Museum in Big Horn will open a month early for the season, as this Sunday they will unveil an exhibition showcasing the work of a unique artist of the early 20th century.

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