Senator Barrasso: ‘High Taxes Hurt All Americans’

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming addressed tax reform and the need to simplify and lower tax rates for all Americans during remarks he made on the Senate floor Wednesday.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — An 81-year-old man who was convicted in the 1970s killing of a nephew of notorious mob boss Carlo Gambino has been arrested in Wyoming on drug charges.

SHS Celebrates Homecoming

Dress-up days, football and a dance have all been part of Homecoming events this week at Sheridan High School.

County Chooses No Changes To Public Health Contract

During the recent Johnson County's Commissioners meeting, they and County Public Health Nurse Trish Thompson discussed proposed changes to the contract between the county and the state for operating the public health office.

Rescheduled 'Raptor Experience' Offered Friday

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and Cloud Peak Elementary School will be offering a presentation on Wyoming's birds of prey entitled “The Draper Museum Raptor Experience,” which was originally scheduled for last week, but was postponed due to weather conditions around Cody.

Auditions For Creekside's 'Barefoot In The Park' Next Week

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will hold auditions next week for their coming play, an adaptation of Neil Simon's “Barefoot In The Park.”

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 28, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 28, 1917.

Sculpture Vandalized in Downtown Sheridan

“A Feather's Flight,” a sculpture on loan to Sheridan's Public Arts program, was vandalized some time this past weekend.

Ramaco CEO 'Disappointed' by EQC Decision

A decision to remand the Brook Mine permit back to Wyoming's Department of Environmental Quality is very disappointing to authorities of Ramaco Carbon.

Cemetery Tours Start on Saturday

Sheridan County Museum Director John Woodward is once again hosting cemetery tours in Sheridan on the next three Saturdays. Woodward provides a taste of what the tour will reveal.

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