Standard Process Review Continues for State Permitting of Proposed Coal Mine

Standard to all Wyoming state mining permits, and part of the formal review process, is a series of requests by regulators for additional information from the applicant.

Wyoming Tackles Rape Kit Reporting

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Cheyenne Republican Senator Affie Ellis and Sundance Republican Representative Tyler Lindholm introduced Senate File 72 dealing with sexual assault biological evidence kits, commonly referred to as “rape kits.” Senate File 72 defines “sexual assault biological evidence” to include DNA samples and ot

House Passes Statewide Lodging Tax

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The Wyoming House of Representatives passed a Statewide Lodging Tax, delivering on one of the Majority’s promises to modernize the tax structure without increasing taxes on Wyoming families, according to a news release.

Kinskey Supports Senate File 75

Senate File 75 is a bill that would repeal certain gun free zones that currently exist.

Appropriations Keeping Kinner Busy

The Joint Appropriations Committee is widely considered one of the most challenging assignments that a Wyoming Legislator can be given.

Jennings Talks Tax Bills

As the 65th Wyoming Legislature finishes about two weeks of the 2019 General Session, some bills are starting to pick up steam.

UW Board of Trustees to Meet Jan. 22-25

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees will receive updates on a wide variety of issues during its regular meeting Tuesday through Friday, Jan. 22-25.

UW Trustees Education Initiative Taps Directors

The University of Wyoming Trustees Education Initiative (TEI) is positioned to continue its vision to elevate the UW College of Education to the status of a pre-eminent college in professional educator preparation with two recent hires.

SLIB Board Approves Funding for Kennon Expansion

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The State Loan and Investment Board approved funding at their meeting Thursday for a project that will help business development in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

FIB Employee Contributions Benefit Cops for Kids Program

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Employees with First Interstate Bank Sugarland in Sheridan did their part to help make sure that local children would have a Merry Christmas by contributing to the Cops for Kids program through the Sheridan Police Department.

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