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April 6th, 2015

Thrivent Financial Recognized Nationally for Ethics

Thrivent Financial has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as 2015’s World’s Most Ethical Company.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Buffalo Council Accepts Grant For Tree Survey

Buffalo's City Council has accepted a grant offer from the State Forestry Division for a “tree survey” of the types and number of trees in the forested areas on the trails adjacent to the city and the Bighorn National Forest.

Commissioners Agenda: Audit, Reports, Contracts, Test Results

Johnson County's Commissioners will work through a busy agenda at their meeting today, working through many different subjects ranging from their audit report to grant applications to a contract for chip sealing.

A Look Back in Time: April 7, 1915

Goelet Gallatin, Roy Snyder and R. Nicholas, all of Big Horn, are in Sheridan today.

Cowboy Tough Race Coming To Buffalo This Summer

REV3 Adventure will present the REV3 Cameco Cowboy Tough Expedition Adventure Race this summer that will begin in Buffalo and end in Casper.

Two Charities Receive Grant Funds

Two local children's charities have been awarded state grant funding totaling $10,000.

State Representative Patton Has Died

State Representative John Patton of Sheridan died Sunday afternoon after a months-long battle against a lung inflammation. He was 84 years old. His wife, Virginia, said he died shortly after 3:30, with his entire family at his side.

Cooperative Agreement for Holloway Avenue on Council’s Agenda

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The Sheridan City Council at their March 16 meeting, voted to table a cooperative agreement between the city and Sheridan County for construction of Holloway Avenue from 11th to 15th Street.

April 5th

Be Bear Aware

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As the weather warms, outdoor enthusiasts are eager to get out-of-doors right along with the bears that are waking up from a long winter. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding a series of seminars across the state reminding people to be ‘bear aware’.