Author Signs Books at Hub, Elmcroft

Author Miekka Zanders was at The Hub on Smith and Elmcroft of Sugarland Monday, signing copies of her book, “Being with Dementia: a Soulful Approach.”

SCCD Presents Interim Grant Report to Ag Board

An interim report from the Sheridan County Conservation District was on the agenda of the Wyoming Board of Agriculture, which met Monday in Casper.

Two Sell During Buffalo Alcohol Compliance Checks

Two local businesses sold alcohol to an underage buyer during recent compliance checks performed by the Buffalo Police Department, according to Police Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County Accepts G&F Contract

Johnson County has accepted a contract between themselves and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department for services at Lake DeSmet.

Lewis Approved for Predator Management Board

Justin Lewis has been appointed to represent the interest of sportsmen on the board of the Predator Management District of Sheridan County, approved by the county commission.

Winternship Program Set for Pilot This Winter Break at UW

The University of Wyoming is piloting a new program called Winternships during the upcoming 2020 winter break.

Sheridan County Youth Choir Presents “On This Winter Holiday” Tuesday

On Tuesday evening, the Sheridan County Youth Choir will present their annual Christmas performance titled “On This Winter Holiday”.

December High Visibility Enforcement Area Revealed

Each month, the Sheridan Police Department identifies a high problem area in the City to dedicate extra presence in hopes to improve that area’s status. Sheridan Police Lt.

Wyoming county developing strategic plan for Carbon Valley

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Officials in northeast Wyoming are developing a plan to establish Campbell County as the premier place for the research, development and commercial deployment of advanced carbon technologies. It is called “Carbon Valley.” Campbell County energy consultant Jim Ford is developing the strategic plan.

Lawmaker seeks list of all Wyoming educator names, salaries

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The Wyoming Department of Education plans to release the names and salaries of every school district employee in the state in response to a state senator's request. Republican Sen. Tom James, of Rock Springs, says he wants the list so he can better understand state budgeting.

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