Enzi: American Needs to See the Difference Between Spending and Revenues

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi stated this week on the Senate floor that in order to solve the debt crisis, Americans must have a better understanding of our country's financial situation.

Mead and Salazar Discuss Sage Grouse Management

Governor Matt Mead said that Wyoming has an approach for managing sage-grouse that balances development and conserving the species. Friday, Governor Mead met with the Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and representatives of other western states.

Salvation Army Stuffing the Bus Tomorrow

The Sheridan Salvation Army bell ringers are out in force manning red kettles as usual, and they have a few other events scheduled as Christmas approaches.

Mead: Implications of EPA Data Require Best Science

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the Environmental Protection Agency's study on Pavillion wells is "scientifically questionable", and is calling for more in-depth study of the practice, according to a media release from the governor's office.

Early Bird Tickets for Big Horn Mt. Fest On Sale Now

Coming up in July of 2012 is the Eighth Annual Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo, and early bird tickets are now on sale through January 8.

Story Hatchery Distributes Brood Fish

Anglers in northeast Wyoming will have a good opportunity to catch some large lake and brook trout this winter as Story Fish Hatchery personnel are in the process of stocking nearly 100 lake trout in Gillette Fishing lake and another 100 into Black Hills Power and Light Pond near Osage.

BLM Announces Scoping on Rough Draw Project

The Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office has announced that they are requesting public comments on the Patriot Energy Resources proposal for the Rough Draw Project.

EPA Implicates Fracking in Pollution Case

CHEYENNE (AP) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the first time has implicated a controversial method of improving the productivity of oil and gas wells in causing groundwater pollution.

Report Says Rural Wyoming Lacks Middle-Aged Residents

(WY News Service) -- A new report based on U.S. Census numbers says that rural Wyoming is lacking 20, 30 and 40-year-old residents.

E-volving Libraries: Sheridan Library to Offer E-Books

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library expects to offer e-books early in 2012, thanks to a new three-year agreement between 3M and the Wyoming State Library.

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