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October 18th, 2017

Senator Enzi: ‘Senate Budget Supports Tax Reform to Help American Families’

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The U.S. Senate Tuesday began debate on the Budget Resolution for fiscal year 2018.

October 17th

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

HUNTER SHOOTS CHARGING GRIZZLY

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Wildlife officials are looking for a grizzly bear that was shot and wounded when a hunter said it charged him in northern Wyoming.

Government, Economic Development Entities Attend Meeting

The Johnson County Commissioners, Buffalo City Council, Buffalo Downtown Association, Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, and JOCO First, along with each of their boards and other interested community members attended a special meeting for a presentation that may impact all of the entities.

Commissioners Cancel Regular Meeting

The Johnson County Commissioners did not have their final meeting for October that was to be held on Tuesday, but rather attended the special meeting between local governments and the three economic development entities in the city to learn more about a possible merger of the entities in the future for cost-saving and other benefits.

Buffalo Council Accepts Grant For New Police Radios

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder brought a request before the city council to accept a grant that will purchase new police radios in the next fiscal year.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 18, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 18, 1917.

Barkan, Schilling Named to BOCES Board

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees Penny Barkan and Mary Schilling have been named to represent District 1 on the Hot Springs Early Childhood BOCES.

Road ROW Just One of Many Conditions

Peter Clark, who's mayor of Ranchester and chairman of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board, said county action Tuesday, that granted right of way on four county roads, is one of 22 conditions that the joint powers board must meet to secure a loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Could Bannon’s Prince Disrupt Wyoming’s GOP?

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WyoFile.com-A former chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party said Erik Prince and his anti-establishment backer, Steve Bannon, don’t understand Wyoming, and their entry into a senate race could damage political discourse here.

Commissioners Approve Agreement for Courthouse Work

Sheridan County commissioners are hopeful that bids can go out around the first of the year for a replacement for the air conditioning system in the old county courthouse.