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Wyoming Has Nation's 4th Highest Population Growth

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming has 6,000 more new residents than it did a year ago, giving the Cowboy State the fourth-highest population growth rate in the country. The State Economic Analysis division says the newcomers moved to Wyoming between July 2011 and July 2012.

Montana Man Accused of Threat Against Wyoming School

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MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - Police say a 19-year-old Montana man has been arrested for making threats against a school in Gillette, Wyo. Missoula County Sheriff's Detective Jason Johnson says Erik Sven Wengren was arrested Friday and charged with disorderly conduct.

Buffalo To Finally Have New Agreement With Optimum?

After many months of extending an old agreement between the city and the cable provider, Buffalo appears to finally be on the verge of having an updated franchise agreement with Optimum Cable.

Johnson County Year In Review 2012: April-June

Over the next few days we will review the top stories that happened in Johnson County in 2012.

Today we will look at the top stories from April through June.

Substantial Completion Reached On Crazy Woman Square

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, got an update from City Planner Zach Montgomery on the status of the Crazy Woman Square redevelopment project.

Nine Face Charges in Undercover Probe of Hog Farm Near Wheatland

Nine Face Charges in Undercover Probe of Hog Farm Near Wheatland

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - An undercover probe of a pig farm near Wheatland by the Humane Society of the United States has resulted in misdemeanor charges against nine former workers.

Five Percent of Powell Schools iPads Damaged

Five Percent of Powell Schools iPads Damaged (Photo courtesy of flickr.com user Kristina Alexanderson)

POWELL, Wyo. (AP) - About 5 percent of the iPads purchased for school students and staffers in Powell have had to be repaired or replaced since they were introduced last year.

A Relationship Between Mental Illness and Mass Murder? Not So Fast, Experts Say

A Relationship Between Mental Illness and Mass Murder? Not So Fast, Experts Say (Image from the public domain, courtesy of clker.com user OCAL)

In the shadow of the recent murder-suicide at Casper College and the tragic shooting massacre in Newton, Connecticut, many are examining - and questioning - the mental states of the attackers. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Gray Wolf Hunt Area 1, NW of Cody, Now Closed

Gray Wolf Hunt Area 1, NW of Cody, Now Closed (Stock photo)

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced Wednesday that the Gray Wolf Hunt Area No. 1, the Clark's Fork Management Unit northwest of Cody, is now closed. The area closed Wednesday morning because the mortality quota of four wolves was reached.

Grand Prize Christmas Stroll Drawing is Dec. 31 in Sheridan

Grand Prize Christmas Stroll Drawing is Dec. 31 in Sheridan

A chance to win a whopping $1,000 Chamber Bucks, courtesy of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, is fast approaching. Chair of the Christmas Stroll Committee, Judy Taylor, explains.

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