Wyoming Majority Optimistic About 2019 General Session

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House and Senate majority leaders expressed optimism about the future of Wyoming while outlining their priorities for the 2019 General Session.

RSVP By Monday To Attend Buffalo Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce will have their monthly luncheon on Wednesday, January 16th, and everyone is welcome to attend.

Sheridan Commission Grants Extension For Second CUP

A one-year extension for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for construction of a proposed a cellular telephone tower near Clearmont was approved by the Sheridan County Commission at their recent meeting.

Second Chance To Move Locations

Sheridan non profit Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue will be moving locations soon. Rachel Kristiansen, Second Chance’s Program Director, explains why they are changing venues.

Game and Fish Hunt Planner Updates

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department receives thousands of phone calls each year from members of the public looking for information to help plan their hunts.

Openings on Sheridan City Boards

Both positions have been filled.

WCCA Names New Executive Director

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The Wyoming County Commissioners Association (WCCA) has named Jerimiah Rieman as the group’s new executive director. With over a decade of experience in legislative affairs and public policy to the post, Rieman brings expertise in a wide variety of federal and state issues.

Barrasso: Let's Secure Border, Reopen Government

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming spoke on the Senate floor Wednesday about the need to pass common sense legislation that secures the border and reopens the government.

Jackson bans retailers from giving out plastic bags

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The Jackson Town Council has voted to ban plastic bags from the resort community in northwest Wyoming.

The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that the council on Monday unanimously approved an ordinance that will phase out the use of plastic bags this year.

Worker helped inmate escape from facility, authorities say

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities allege that a man who escaped from a Wyoming corrections center was assisted by a staff member and is traveling with her.

The Casper Star-Tribune reports Richard Fountaine is still missing after he left the Casper Re-Entry Center on Dec. 28.

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