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BLM Denies Luca Tech Land Use For Methane Production

(AP) - Federal land managers have rejected an application by a Colorado company to use bacteria to produce methane from northeast Wyoming coal beds.

Wyoming Recognizes Gold Star Families On License Plates

Families of service members who died while serving in the military may be eligible to have a gold star on their Wyoming license plates.

Antelope Butte Ski Area May Get Another Life

The Antelope Butte Foundation has taken another huge step toward reopening the Antelope Butte Ski Area. Mark Weitz, president of the foundation's board, said it was a long process.

City Planners Consult Community

Last week, Sheridan Citizens were provided an opportunity to learn about upcoming developments and experess their opinions on the East 5th Street Corridor Plan.

City Will Move To Clean Up Abandoned Property

City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades brought a problem with what appears to be an abandoned property to the attention of the city council at their last meeting.

Police Step Up Security At Kendrick Park

With the summer season coming into full swing, the Sheridan Police Department has become more aware of delinquent activity at Kendrick Park and increased patrols through the area.

Buffalo Council Appoints Dyess As WAM Delegate

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council appointed and approved Mayor Randy Dyess as the voting delegate for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities, or WAM, Annual meetings which will be in Laramie next month.

Inn Renovations On Hold Until Debt Is Addressed

The board that operates the Historic Sheridan Inn plans to focus on paying down a $1.4 million debt rather than fundraising to finish renovations at the Sheridan landmark.

Senator Enzi Endorses Reauthorization of FDA Regs

Wyoming Senator, Mike Enzi, expressed his support for the the Food and Drug Administration User Fee Re-authorization Bill Thursday on the Senate floor.

Inter-Tribal Wellness Center Boasts New Garden

The Inter-Tribal Wellness Center in Sheridan has started a new summer project as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program for Native Americans.

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