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Women's Agriculture Summit Saturday in Buffalo

Women involved in agriculture or those merely interested in agriculture can attend the second annual Women's Agriculture Summt this weekend in Buffalo.
The Johnson County Cattle Women are hosting the event.

More From the NWCCD Meeting In Buffalo

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board got updates from a number of administrators and staff at their meeting in Buffalo last week.

MDU: Power Outage Hits 3,100 Customers, Multiple Schools

Update: Power restored after 3-hour outage Wednesday morning in Sheridan

Two downed Montana-Dakota Utilities substations left parts of Sheridan without power Wednesday morning for a period of about three hours. Mark Hanson, spokesman for MDU.

Wyo Legislators Respond to SOTU

Wyoming's delegates in Washington each released statements Tuesday night in response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address.

VA Says No More Homeless Veterans

The VA Medical Center is joining others around the country in efforts toward putting an end to homelessness among Veterans. Will Banks, social worker at the VA in Sheridan.

Report to NWCCD: JAC Looking Closely At Budgets

At the meeting held in Buffalo this week, the Northern Wyoming Community College District received a report from Dr. Mark Englert, who had been at the recent Joint Appropriation Committee meetings where funding for the state's community colleges and the University of Wyoming were discussed.

Nordic Club's Pole Creek Challenge February 4

The Powder Pass Nordic Club will present their annual Pole Creek Challenge race Saturday, February 4 at the Pole Creek Nordic Ski Area west of Buffalo.

Skatula Named 2012 Wyo Distinguished Principal

For the second year in a row an educator with connections to Sheridan has been named Wyoming's Distinguished Principal.

G&F Sending Out Turkey Harvest Survey

The Wyoming Game and Fish is asking all hunters who held a general or limited quota fall Turkey license to fill out a harvest survey for the 2011 season.

Wolf Bill May Draw its Share of Controversy

Last year Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and the wolf management plan that will come before the State Legislature during next month's budget session could be a lightning rod for controversy, this according to State Senator Bruce Burns.

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