Archive - 2013 - News

July 29th

Lubnau Addresses Wyoming GOP Central Committee

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Republican Party leaders have narrowly defeated a resolution that would have demanded due process for Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill during a legislative investigation of her.

Buffalo City Council Briefs

At their last meeting the Buffalo City council discussed and approved a number of smaller issues.

Johnson County Fair 2013 Results: Dog, Cat Shows

The Johnson County Fair is underway and we have results from Sunday's Dog Show and Monday's Cat Show.

Johnson County Drafts MOU For Possible Airport Water Supply

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners got a draft for a Memorandum Of Understanding between themselves and the City Of Buffalo concerning the city possibly supplying water to the airport.

Turning Away Students

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The Sheridan City Council held the second of three work sessions Monday on the Sheridan College bond issue to expand and renovate the College's Technical Education Center on campus.

Kaycee Man Killed in One Vehicle Accident

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A one-vehicle accident early Sunday morning near Kaycee claimed the life of a Kaycee man and injured another, sending him to the hospital. 23-year-old David Niffenegger died at the scene and 26-year-old Michael Mondeau was transported to Johnson County Memorial Hospital in Buffalo.

Goose Creek Cup Raises Over 30K

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The Goose Creek Cup to benefit the Downtown Sheridan Association's restoration of the Goose Creeks in Sheridan raised over $32,000 Sunday. The event was held at the Flying H Ranch in Big Horn and featured some of the top polo players in the country.

Hourlong Closures on I-90 Begin Tonight

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has announced there will be a series of hourlong road closures beginning tonight on Interstate 90. These road closures are part of a multi-million dollar project to allow Casper Electric to install steel structures for overhead dynamic message signs.

The Duck Whisperer’s Take on Wyoming Political Scene

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What possible connection could a bunch of ducks have to do with Wyoming’s current political situation?
Well, let me explain.

Sheridan County Fire Restrictions in Effect Starting Tuesday

On the recommendation of Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastoch and the six county fire districts, the Board of County Commissioners on Monday officially moved to place fire restrictions in effect starting at 12:01 a.m on Tuesday.