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Governor Mead Asks for More Thorough Testing of Wells in Pavillion

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has asked for the Environmental Protection Agency's cooperation in scientific review of groundwater analysis.

SCSD1 Board Approves Clean Audit Report

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees met for their last regularly scheduled meeting of 2011 Tuesday night in Ranchester.

New Years Resolution: Quit Smoking

The Wyoming Department of Health suggests residents abandon smoking as a New Years Resolution for 2012 and offers a myriad of cessation resources at a low cost to help out.

Two Overdue Hunters Found Uninjured

Sheridan Area Search and Rescue found two overdue hunters uninjured Monday morning after an search that lasted all of Sunday night and spanned the Clear Creek drainage from Steamboat Point down into Tongue River Canyon, according to the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office.

Winter Storm Could Affect Wyo. Holiday Travel

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A winter storm could affect holiday travel in Wyoming later this week.

Delay Sought in Trial for Crow Triple Killing

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - The defense attorney for a man accused of killing three family members on southeast Montana's Crow Indian Reservation has asked a federal judge to delay a trial scheduled to begin next week.

Poll: Total Cell Phone Ban in Cars?

Texting and driving has been illegal in Wyoming since July of 2010, and total bans are becoming more popular in states across the country.

STT: Crews Begin Trail Prep With Best Snow Since '96

Crews were scheduled to begin grooming the 300 miles of Big Horn Mountain snowmobiling trails Monday, and according to state trail workers the snow is as good as it's been in 15 years.

Faulty Ceiling Fan Starts Elk View Inn Cabin Fire

A Sunday morning fire inside an employee housing cabin at Elk View Inn off Highway 14 near Dayton is believed to have originated in a ceiling fan, according to a media release from Sheridan Fire-Rescue Marshal Brian Songer.

Congress Strips Wolf 'No-Lawsuit' Rider From Bill

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Congress has dropped language that would have barred lawsuits over a proposal to end federal protections for wolves in Wyoming.

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