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West Nile Remains a Threat in Wyoming

With the first day of summer just a few weeks away, the Wyoming Department of Health wants to remind residents that West Nile virus remains a persistent, potentially serious threat in the State during the summer months.

Lobban Update: Bridge Intersection To Close Next Week

During his update to the city council this week, Bennett said beginning next week the contractor will work on the intersection at the Clear Creek Bridge, and there will be detours set up to get traffic around the closure.

Basketball, Pigs and Dancing In Buffalo This Weekend

This weekend there will be some fun events happening in Johnson County.

UPDATE Road Re-Opened: WYDOT Announces Closure Near Story

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Officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation temporarily closed WYO 193 between the Interstate 90 Piney Creek Interchange and the junction of WYO 194 at Story.

Ucross Opening Reception and Program on Birds This Saturday

The Ucross Foundation Gallery will host a full day of activities on Saturday. An artist reception for their new gallery exhibition will be paired with a lecture and workshop on birding and the importance of birds.

Judge Fenn, Justice Kautz, Offer Testimony Before Judiciary Committee

A proposed bill being considered by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee focuses on child custody, specifically that no form of custody be favored or disfavored by District Court judges, including joint custody.

Judiciary Committee Discusses Change to Child Support Provisions

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee discussed a number of bills regarding child support and child custody law at their meeting in Sheridan Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter
has the details.

Buffalo Council Passes Budget Ordinance on Second Read

Buffalo's City Council passed their annual appropriation bill, or budget Ordinance for 2018, on the second of three readings at this week's meeting.

New-Carbon Jobs May Not Rescue State’s Coffers

WyoFile.com- For a state wanting to diversify its economy to reduce dependence on the energy industry, any venture that would bring new jobs seems like a good thing. But whether new jobs help or hurt Wyoming’s constricting revenue pool would depend on who fills them, various government officials say.

Senior Center Moves to Junior High School

Parking attendants were available to show senior residents where to park, and 15 students greeted the seniors, answered questions and handed out balloons as Sheridan's Senior Center started its first day of service at Sheridan Junior High School Wednesday.

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