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UW Breaks Ground for Science Initiative Facility

University of Wyoming and state elected officials broke ground today (Friday) for a new facility that will enable world-class research and education in pillars of Wyoming’s present and future economy.

Reports: International Students Contribute to Wyoming Economy

International students enrolled at the University of Wyoming and the state’s community colleges contributed an estimated $25.8 million to Wyoming’s economy during the past year, according to new national reports.

Natrona schools getting outside review after bullying, fight

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Natrona County school officials have appointed an attorney to review their handling of a bullying incident on a school bus and a fight that occurred later.

Yellowstone investigating illegal drone photo taken in park

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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park officials say they're investigating after a photo was posted online showing one of the park's geothermal features from a drone, which is illegal.

Wyoming News Update

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YELLOWSTONE DRONE — Yellowstone National Park officials say they're investigating after a photo was posted online showing one of the park's geothermal features from a drone, which is illegal.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 19, 1918

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 Nov. 19, 1918.

Buffalo Police Department Reports Busy Month In October

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in addition to requesting the city council to accept two grants from the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police (WASCOP) for alcohol and tobacco compliance checks, gave his monthly report for October.

City Attorney: Negotiations Continuing For Retention Reservoir

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, in his report at the city council's last meeting, said he is continuing talks with landowners concerning the city's Dump Draw Detention Reservoir project.

No Meeting For Johnson County Commission This Week

Johnson County's Commissioners will not have a second meeting in November, and therefore will not have a regular meeting this Tuesday, according to information provided by their office.

Local Man Raises Scottish Highlanders

In an area where Angus cattle seem to predominate, Joe Wesnitzer has turned his attention to a much less common animal.

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