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Governor Mead: More Jobs Need to be Created Despite Falling Unemployment Numbers

Despite falling unemployment numbers in the state, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says although pleased, he will continue to push the creation of more jobs in the future. The state unemployment rate for July was 5.8 percent.

12 Fires in Montana, "Hole in the Wall" Fire Spread Smoke in Northern Wyo.

A storm Sunday that swept across northern Wyoming and southern Montana with lightning causing a string of 12 wildfires in southeast Montana and one near Cody that have resulted in smoke across the Sheridan area.

Wyoming ACT Scores Strong in Comparison to other States

The average combined ACT score increased from 20 to 20.3 in Wyoming in 2011, according to a release from the Wyoming Department of Education.

Red Flag Warning: High Fire Danger in Sheridan, Southern Montana

High temperatures in Sheridan today combined with expected gusty winds and low humidity could create the potential for high fire danger.

Has This Summer Been Hotter Than Last?

This latest heatwave in the Sheridan region may be one of the last of the summer as fall isn't too far off on the calender.

Changes in SCOPE, Adult Basic Education Program in Sheridan

Young adults looking to obtain their GED and or for enrollment in the SCOPE program can now go to the same place. Following the retirement of Sheridan College's Adult Basic Education Director Robin West, her ABE position was absorbed by SCOPE Coordinator Sarah Riehn.

Poll Question: What Should the US Postal Service do to Cut Costs?

Post offices nationwide have been in the news this summer, as advances of advertising and mail service in email and the Internet are finally catching up with the United States Postal Service, causing significant financial problems.

Lots of Flu Vaccines Expected this Year

Flu season is still a few weeks away, but Associated Press reports say that plenty of flu vaccine is expected to be available across the country this year. A recent AP report said that 166 million vaccines are expected compared to the 157 million supplied last year.

Clear Creek Water Storage Meeting Wednesday in Buffalo

States West Water Resources, Lake DeSMet Conservation District, and the Wyoming Water Development Office will host a Clear Creek Water Storage Study Kickoff Meeting this Wednesday in Buffalo.

Game and Fish to Host Meetings on Revised Wolf Plan

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be hosting eight public meetings around the state in the next few weeks to give the public a chance to comment on the revised Gray Wolf Management Plan.

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