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MY WYOMING How Green Was Your Wyoming Valley in 2014? Very Green, I Would Guess

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Wyoming has rarely gotten the reputation as a wet place. Perhaps except only when ski areas get buried or back when Cheyenne was inundated by a horrific super cell thunderstorm, our state is generally known as semi-arid.

The Most Interesting Man in Wyoming

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Bill Sniffin

Most men secretly envy that male character in the beer commercials known as “the most interesting man in the world.”

Election Results

Election Results

Here are the links for election results for Sheridan County and state races.

Sheridan County Online Results

Statewide Election Results

Election Results from the Wyoming Secretary of State Office -- http://soswy.state.wy.us/Electio...

Yellowstone’s Lure Draws 3 Million Visitors to State

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If you like tourism like I do, then it is easy to appreciate what Yellowstone National Park means to Wyoming.

Some three million folks come to the world’s first national park each year. Almost a third of them are international tourists.

Tragedy, Billionaires and an Attempt to Hold Big Devils Tower Concert

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Bill Sniffin

During a long winter of road closures, sub-zero temperatures and ample snowfall, there was a long list of interesting news happenings that involved rock bands, billionaires and tragedy in the Cowboy State.

Could Wyoming Learn From Canadian Energy Reservation?

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Bill Sniffin
An energy development concept that seemed to fit Wyoming when first proposed 40 years ago has recently been back in the news. 
 
This idea was to establish “energy reservations” in various isolated parts of the country.  And no place in the USA has the vast amounts of energy that Wyoming has.  And as the least populated state in the country, we must admit we have some isolated places, too.

Ride for the Brand

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When you make a promise, keep it. – From Code of the West, Wyoming. 
 
It makes sense that the larger the population base, the bigger necessity for strict rules of conduct.  Places like Hong Kong, New York City and Dallas would not function well if people could not be counted on to obey the same rules and regulations.

That Was the Year That Was . . . A Look Back at 2013 in Wyoming

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As 2013 winds down, it makes sense to look back at what kind of items were featured in this statewide column.

Wyoming Deputy Shows Too Much Skin?

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Not only are Wyoming’s female deputies not wearing protective vests, but they are showing too much of their breasts.

KRIEGIES KIDS' MARCH CONTINUES (Part 3 of a Series)

The blog site for Kriegies Kids has been updated, and Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson brings us Part 3 of the march to commemorate Stalag Luft 3 POWs.

GOVERNOR FREUDENTHAL TALKS ABOUT PROGRESS OF LEGISLATURE

Governor Dave Freudenthal was on Public Pulse yesterday to discuss this year's Legislative Session. Sheridan Media's Crystal Martin gives us the first of a two part series on his conversation.

REPRESENTATIVE LANDON ADDRESSES WORKER'S COMPENSATION

Representative Jack Landon is down with the rest of the State Legislators in Cheyenne working in this General Session. Landon is on the Labor, Health, and Social Services Committee; one bill they are working on is to make changes in the Worker's Compensation Act.

SENATOR ENZI URGES CONGRESS TO RETHINK STIMULUS PACKAGE

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi urged his colleagues on the Senate Finance Committee to take strong action – not wrong action – and avoid throwing billions of dollars in borrowed money at government programs that have little hope of reviving the U.S. economy. Enzi suggested alternatives that would provide immediate tax benefits for businesses and individuals.

REAL LIFE “RAIN MAN” TALKS TO SOLD OUT CROWD AT THE WYO THEATER

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The man who inspired Dustin Hoffman’s performance in the 1988 movie “Rain Man” visited Sheridan this week. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher had a chance to visit with him.

HOSPITAL BOARD APPROVES MOVING FORWARD WITH OUTPATIENT SURGERY CENTER

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees received their first glimpse of what an outpatient surgery center would look like on the hospital's west campus. Representatives from CTA Architects showed the Board preliminary schematics of the surgery center, and outlined projected costs of the endeavor.

PART TWO OF OUR GAME AND FISH ACCOMPLISHMENTS SERIES

Today we continue our series on the Sheridan Region Game and Fish Department accomplishments for the past year. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL HOLDING FOOD DRIVE TOMORROW

The Sheridan High School Student Council is sponsoring a community service event at their Court-warming game tomorrow evening, and they are asking for donations from the community. Food Drive Chairperson Jasmine Slater explains what the Student Council will be doing.

FIRST LEG OF “KRIEGIES' KIDS” FORCED MARCH COMMEMORATION COMPLETE – (Part 2 of Series)

Yesterday we began a series following the “Kriegies Kids” march reenacting the five-day journey of thousands of Stalag Luft 3 POW's which took place beginning January 27, 1945. Sheridan Media's Mary Jo Johnson continues the story.

PUBLIC MEETING ON FAIRGROUNDS MODERNIZATION PLAN DRAWS A LARGE CROWD

A public meeting was held last night to present the final draft of the proposed Sheridan County Fairgrounds Modernization Plan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

SHERIDAN QUALITY CHILD CARE INCORPORATED REPORTS TO SEEDA THAT FUNDRAISING IS ON TRACK

The Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative has less than two weeks to raise over $100,000 for the operations of the “Hand in Hand” Early Childhood Education Center. Sheridan Media News Director Kurt Layher has more on the story.