Wyoming

Library Trustees Approve Request for Services

Sheridan County Library trustees approved a request for qualifications for architecture and engineering services at their meeting Wednesday night.

Holiday Food Tips

Tis the season to have your friends and family over for joy and laughter. For many, these gatherings include a meal.

ABF Hires New Executive Director

The Antelope Butte Foundation recently hired John Kirlin to become their next Executive Director.

Rep. Jennings on Biggest Problem State is Facing

In a less than two months the Wyoming State Legislature will reconvene in Cheyenne for the 2018 Budget Session.

Mars Ranch Sold

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A Montana ranch owned by Mars candy heir Forrest Mars Jr., who died in July 2016, has been sold. According to reports from the Associated Press, the 187-square-mile Diamond Cross Ranch was bought by Heal Holdings LLC.

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LAPTOP RENTAL-PRIVACY LAWSUIT

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Supreme Court has decided to allow three Casper residents to sue a rental company that they say invaded their privacy on laptops.

Tuba Christmas Set for Saturday

A concert of traditional Christmas carols, played in the deep tones of tubas and baritones, will be offered again this year during the annual Tuba Christmas set for Saturday at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

Johnson County 4-H Had Productive Year

Johnson County 4-H Educator Jim Dawson gave his year-end report to the county commissioners, saying 2017 was a busy and productive year, with a consistent number of kids involved in the program.

JCHC Board Reviews Employee Pension Plan

At their November meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center discussed their employee pension and possible changes in how the pension contributions will be withheld going forward.

County Commission Cancels Last December Meeting

Johnson County's Commissioners canceled their final meeting for 2017, originally scheduled for Tuesday, citing not enough items on their agenda to warrant a meeting.

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