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Wyo. Kids Raised By Grandparents On The Rise

At least 4,000 kids in Wyoming are being raised by relatives other than their parents.

Wyo Unemployment Rate Holds Steady

The unemployment rate in Wyoming held steady at 5.3 percent from March to April. The rate is down from 6 percent a year ago and remains well below the nationwide unemployment rate of 8.1 percent.

Buffalo Police Issue Warning Against New Phone Scam

The Buffalo Police Department has received notification of a new telephone scam and are warning residents to be aware and not be taken advantage of.

Buffalo Man Sentenced In Child Pornography Case

William Jannasch of Buffalo was sentenced in District Court on Monday in Buffalo after pleading guilty to two counts of possession with intent to deliver child pornography.

Ucross to Host Macro Photography Workshop

The Ucross Foundation will host an all day macro photography workshop in early June featuring photographer Elizabeth Stone from Missoula, Montana. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

G&F Enables Online Boat Registration

Boat owners in Wyoming can now renew their state watercraft registrations online.

Sheridan College Promotes Green Construction

The Sheridan College Green Construction program is hosting a workshop for anyone interested in learning about more efficient way to build.

Economic Development Workshops Gather Public Input

MCS Strategies held public input workshops in Buffalo Monday night and Kaycee Tuesday to gather information from those communities to add to their report for their final draft of the City/County Joint Economic and Community Development Master Plan.

Johnson County OKs Fuel Station, King Lane Development

Johnson County's Commissioners heard an update from Nelson Engineering and Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer on the proposed county fuel station and extension and upgrade to King Lane, and approved moving forward with both projects.

Mayor Proclaims May 24th As Arbor Day In Buffalo

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess read a proclamation at last week's city council meeting designating Thursday, May 24th as Arbor Day in Buffalo.

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