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Chamber Lunch Features HD40 Candidate Shock

Chris Shock, Independent candidate for State Representative of House District 40, will be the speaker at this month's Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce Luncheon on Wednesday.

DeSmet Advisory Board To Cover Many Topics At Meeting

The Lake DeSmet Advisory Board will have their next meeting this Wednesday and will discuss a number of topics including a feasibility study approved by the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) concerning assets purchased earlier this year by the State of Wyoming.

Johnson County Approves Work On Courthouse, Annex A

The Johnson County Commission has approved work to be completed on the historic courthouse and the Annex A building, after a request was brought before them by Facilities Manager David Eads.

Black Bear Captured in Dayton

Wyoming Game and Fish officials immobilized and captured a young black bear in Dayton Sunday night, after receiving reports that the bear was accessing garbage from a residential trash bin.

Fulmer Needs Assessment Report Presentation Wednesday

The final results for the Sheridan Fulmer Library needs assessment report will be presented to the public on Wednesday in the Fulmer’s Inner Circle.

Wind Power, Big Rivers Highlighted Fall Road Trip

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We often describe Wyoming’s four seasons as: Early Winter, Winter, Still Winter . . . and Construction.

Yes, we are definitely in the construction season.

UW Trustees Approve Tuition Changes

Tuition for most University of Wyoming students will increase by 4 percent in the 2019-20 academic year, with the exception of online graduate programs for nonresidents and two other specific online programs.

UW Emphasizes Sexual Assault Reporting, Prevention

As the University of Wyoming continues to see an increase in the number of reports of sexual assault, UW leaders say more work is needed to both encourage reporting and reduce the incidence of sexual assault on campus.

Grizzlies suspected in fatal Wyoming attack trapped, killed

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming officials have trapped and killed two grizzly bears they believe killed a hunting outfitter and injured his client.

Wyoming county pulls funds as bank alters fossil fuel stance

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GREEN RIVER, Wyo. (AP) — A county in Wyoming is withdrawing funds from a national bank to protest its policy change concerning the financing of some coal, oil and natural gas projects.

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