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July 27th, 2017

New Group Seeks End to 'Dark Money'

A recently formed citizens group is seeking to end what members see as a growing problem of so-called dark money used to influence members of Congress.

County Fair Activities Start Friday

Events for this year's Sheridan County Fair start Friday with fabric and fashion interview judging and fashion review judging.

CHAPS Tournament of Knights Set for Saturday and Sunday

This weekend the long awaited arrival of medieval lords and ladies commence as the Order of Epona trots into the Sheridan County Fairgrounds for CHAPS Tournament of Knights.

Baggage, Interline Still Challenges CAST is Facing

Sheridan and Johnson Counties Critical Air Service Team known as CAST brought air service to Denver back to the Sheridan County Airport in November of 2015.

‘No Stone Unturned’

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Consultants out of Denver hired by the State of Wyoming to review the State’s funding system for education met with members of the Legislature’s Select Committee on School Finance Recalibration this week in Casper.

The Cost of Government

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Lawmakers in Wyoming have taken their fare share of criticism for what some consider to be a penchant for overspending and a growth in government when an abundance of revenue was coming in from the mineral extraction industry.

‘Josie’s Hope’

The first ever “Bra Pong” tournament will take place this weekend in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

July 26th

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


DENVER (AP) — A lawsuit contesting new rules for hydraulic fracturing on federal land will get its day in court even though President Donald Trump's administration doesn't intend to implement them.

Goose Creek Cup to be Played Sunday

The eighth annual Goose Creek Cup, the highest goal polo played in the United States, will start at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Flying H Ranch just outside Big Horn.

City Attorney Drafting Nuisance Ordinances For Council

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven told the city council at their last meeting that he and his staff are currently re-working and drafting a nuisance ordinance to bring back before them for their consideration.