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Senator Enzi Accepting Applications for Spring Page Position

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has announced that he's seeking applications for a Senate Page position for the spring session in Washington D.C. Page duties consist primarily of delivering correspondence and legislative material at the Capitol.

Local High School Football Scores

Bison Win Big over Torrington
The Buffalo Bison hosted Torrington Friday and crushed the Trailblazers 52-6.

Broncs Win Big Also
The Sheridan Broncs hosted Kelly Walsh and pounded the Trojans 55-14.

BNF Grants Some Early Snowmobile Access

The Big Horn National Forest says that early winter weather conditions have allowed for some snowmobile use before the general motorized-use season begins on November 15th; however, the forest service wants to remind hunters of guidelines that still must be followed.

Reopening Antelope Butte: Public Meeting Set for October 26th

Now a collaboration of members in five counties in northern Wyoming, the Antelope Butte Foundation has shifted some of their focus to spreading the word about efforts toward reopening the ski area.

Lawmakers Vote on Changes to Open Records Law

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - A panel of Wyoming legislators has recommended approval of a bill that would change the state's open records law to make documents private if they're sent only to an individual member of a governing body.

WYDOT Advises Traveling Cowboy Fans of One Remaining Construction Project

Cowboy fans traveling to Laramie for the University of Wyoming Homecoming game this Saturday should be aware of one remaining road construction project on WYO 34 Sybille Canyon between Wheatland and Laramie.

Proposed UW Admission Changes Discussed at Town Hall Meeting

About twenty people attended a Town Hall-style meeting hosted by three representatives from the University of Wyoming Wednesday night in the Sheridan High School Library.

Sheridan Man Crashes Caddillac into Residences on Coffeen Avenue

A 39-year-old Sheridan man drove a Cadillac car over the porch of a house on the 300 block of Coffeen Avenue Wednesday night.

Suspect in Crow Reservation Killings in Court Thursday

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - A 22-year-old man accused of killing three family members on the Crow Indian Reservation is scheduled to be arraigned in federal court in Missoula Thursday.

Cloud Peak Energy Community Partner at Chamber Luncheon

Representatives from Cloud Peak Energy addressed the 100 or so community members during the monthly Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Wednesday at the Best Western.

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