Craft Show Features Junkyard Car Parts

One of the weekend craft sales featured furniture created from recycled junked-out truck parts. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Clay James was Mr. Hospitality for the Tetons and for the State

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My first chance to watch the late Clay James in action was when he was helping to preserve world peace from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in 1989.

Wyoming Senator Blasts President for Keystone Pipeline Decision

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A U.S. senator from Wyoming says President Obama put the interests of a small group of well-funded environmental extremists ahead of the interests of the nation’s energy security with his rejection of the Keystone XL Pipeline project.

Dining for Cause Proceeds Go to Habitat House Build

Money raised from today’s Dining for a Cause fundraiser will help build a house for someone in need.

Special Looms For Sale at Picket Fence Event

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair was among those stopping by at a special event on Sheridan's west side Saturday. And she shares details about one of the vendors there.

State Treasurer Says New CIO Will Be 'Great' for Team

State Treasurer Mark Gordon says the state's new chief investment officer will be a great member of the team in the treasurer's office in Cheyenne.

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Facilities Manager Gives Update On Library Project

The construction project that will expand the Johnson County Library is on schedule and under budget so far, according to Johnson County Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow, who gave a brief update on the project to the county commissioners at their meeting last week.

Concerns Over Subdivision Paving Results In Holding Of Funds

Concerns over the paving of roads in the Emerald Park Subdivision have spurred the county commissioners to deny releasing funds held by the county as requested by the developer of the subdivision.

Buffalo Police Receive Council Approval For Police Vehicles

Buffalo's City Council approved a request from Police Chief Jason Carder to accept bids for two new patrol vehicles and to have them outfitted with equipment.

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