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Sheridan County Historical Society Gets $26,900

The Sheridan County Historical Society announced that they've received a $13,450 grant from the Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation that will be matched by museum supporters, totaling $26,900.

State Representative Mike Madden Gives Update On Legislative Session

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said this year's Legislative Session has been surprisingly light in the number of bills that have been introduced and there have been few significant changes in the ones that have been amended.

Dayton Animal Ordinance Tabled on Second Reading

After passing on first reading, reworking of an old ordinance that would not allow property owners to have animals on just one or two acres of land stalled at the Dayton Town Council Meeting Wednesday night. Dayton Mayor Bob Wood.

Day at the Legislature

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Developments on the third day of the Budget Session of the 2012 Wyoming Legislature, Wed., Feb. 15, 2012 including the budget, redistricting, and education.

242lbs Marijuana Siezed in I-80 Traffic Stop

A traffic stop Tuesday on Interstate 80 resulted in an arrest and the seizure of more than 242 pounds of high grade marijuana.

Governor's Art Awards Set For Next Week

The Governor's Art Awards Ceremony will be held next week, and four groups from around the state including Dr. Seymour Thickman of Sheridan will be recognized at the 30th annual awards in Cheyenne. Governor Matt Mead.

Senator Barrasso: Obama Budget Increases Price of Obamacare by Almost $1 Billion

U.S. Senator John Barrasso addressed his colleagues on the Senate floor Wednesday by offering some harsh criticism to the President's budget and the effects it will have on the health care law.

Pedestrian Killed on I-25 Near Kaycee in JoCo

The Wyoming Highway Patrol has released their investigation report after a 42-year-old Kalispell, Montana man was found dead in the median on Interstate 25 near Kaycee on Friday.

Fast Paced Legislative Session

Now that the 61st Wyoming Legislative session is underway, state lawmakers will be working feverishly over the next few weeks considering this year is a budget session.

Wyoming Whiskey to Go On Sale In-State in December

KIRBY, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming's first legal distillery says its first batch of bourbon whiskey will be ready to drink in December. But Wyoming Whiskey says people will only be able to buy bottles in Wyoming at first because of the limited supply.

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