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Early Snow Hard On Man, Beast, Trees

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Bill Sniffin

By Bill Sniffin

The recent late September and early October snowstorms in Wyoming sure seemed like an anomaly.

State Pilots Enjoy Sheridan While Waiting for Governor

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Pilots Kory Fogg, left, and Chuck Davidson check the weather before taking off.

Anyone stopping by the Sheridan airport late Monday afternoon might have run into Governor Matt Mead's pilots that flew him in for his visit.

Daylight Savings Time is Here!

Remember to set your clocks back an hour this weekend. The official time is at 2am on the fist Sunday in November. For more information head on over to Wikipedia.com

Officials Nearing Agreement on Water Rights Settlement

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Federal and tribal officials say they are nearing agreement on a half-billion-dollar water rights settlement for Montana's Crow Indians that was held up by a Wyoming lawmaker.

The settlement is one of several pending in Congress to resolve Indian water claims in the West, some of them unresolved since the 1800s.

Montana, Idaho and Wyoming talk Grizzly

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - An agreement proposed between Montana,Idaho and Wyoming calls for the three states to coordinate any future public hunts for grizzly bears, although no hunts are immediately planned.

An estimated 600 grizzlies live in the three-state Yellowstone region.