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Governor Mead to Petition U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Roadless Rule Case

A little over a week ago, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an order denying Wyoming's petition for a rehearing en banc in the roadless rule case. This decision by the Court upheld its reversal of a decision by Judge Clarence Brimmer.

Legislature Debates Community College Funding

Representative Rosie Berger, co-chair of the Joint Appropriations Committee, says budget discussions are well underway in Cheyenne as yesterday in the House they heard 48 amendments on second reading for the budget bill or House Bill 1.

MOPs Holding Parenting Conference

Mothers of Preschoolers in Sheridan will host a free bible-based parenting conference today and tomorrow. Shannon is with MOPS in Sheridan.

Mild Winter So Far for WYDOT

If harsh weather and road closures seemed like big news yesterday morning it may have been because so far this winter northeast Wyoming highways haven't seen extended closures. Wyoming Department of Transportation District 4 PR Specialist Ronda Holwell.

Rare Early Flooding in Eastern Sheridan County

Some rare early flooding caused the national weather service to issue a “small stream flood advisory” for rain and melting snow in eastern Sheridan County Thursday.

Governor Mead Commends FERC's Decision

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead praised Thursday's decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to dismiss Fort Collins businessman Aaron Million's proposal to build the Flaming Gorge Pipeline.

BHS to Host Forensics Competition Friday and Saturday

339 kids from 20 schools from Wyoming and surrounding states will take over Buffalo High School this weekend for the annual BHS Forensics Tournament.
Forensics involves competition in speech, debate, and interpretation events.

District 1 Pleased With Unchanging Cost of Living Bill

House Bill 47 to adopt a Hedonic Wage Index failed on introduction last week in Cheyenne, a bill that would have altered the way that school districts are compensated to pay staff.

The Food Group Growing in Sheridan County

A group working to make sure all Sheridan County children are well-fed is growing in Sheridan, working with county schools now for about a year and a half. Amy Albrecht is with The Food Group in Sheridan.

JCSD1 Hosts Bid Opening For Cloud Peak School Wednesday

The bid openings for the construction of Buffalo's new Cloud Peak School were held at the school district's offices Wednesday afternoon.
Eight bids were opened and read with the bids ranging from a low of $11,620,000 to a high of $13,028,625.

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