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Hunter Education Class Offered In Buffalo

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be offering a hunter education class in Buffalo beginning Jan. 5th, 2012.

Court Reviews Sheridan Teen's Life Sentence

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A lawyer for a Sheridan teenager convicted of murder in a home invasion killing urged the Wyoming Supreme Court on Thursday to determine that the teen's life sentence was unconstitutional.

JAC Chair Berger Talks Budget

Two weeks ago Governor Matt Mead rolled out his proposed $3.4 billion biennial budget, which is a $17 million decrease from the current two-year budget.

Arch Coal Secures $300M Wyo. Coal Lease

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A subsidiary of St. Louis-based Arch Coal has submitted a successful bid of just over $300 million for the right to mine more than 200 million tons of coal in northeast Wyoming.

SCSD1 Continues Work to Offer More Vocational Programs

Today's secondary education climate demands schools find new ways to help all students succeed after high school. Sheridan County School District 1 wants to make sure it caters to all students, even those who may not be college-bound.

Hospital Partners Give $30,000 for ICU Expansion

Sheridan Memorial Hospital held an employee partner celebration breakfast Thursday morning, where partners vote each year on what hospital project they want their donations to support. Partners voted to set aside this year's nearly $30,000 for Intensive Care Unit expansion.

Sheridan Chamber Hands Out End of Year Awards

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce named its end of year award winners Wednesday at its December luncheon.

J.M. Huber Closes Sale of All Oil & Gas Assets (Updated: 11 am)

Battalion Resources Holding LLC and its affiliates have purchased all oil and gas assets in the Powder River Basin of J.M. Huber Corporation, according to Robert Currie, Vice President and Chief Communications and Public Information Officer for J.M. Huber.

Governor Recognizes Shift in Demand for Coal

Australian Company Ambre Energy purchased interest in Decker Coal Co. and Black Butte Coal Co. last month, a sale with implications that could continue a pattern of the changing demand from domestic to international coal consumption.

UW Trustees Hear Budget Cutting Options

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - University of Wyoming president Tom Buchanan says the school would likely have to lay off some workers if state lawmakers move ahead with even the mildest budget cuts on the table.

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